Some Various APPLE Systems/Equipment For Sale!

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Here are a few items as packages I'd like to sell to someone who could use them.
This is located in 11365 for reference.

SYSTEM #1 (remember Processor Upgrade still cost over $300 dollars IF you can find one)
Wallstreet Powerbook
-with 266mHz Processor daughter card (Stock)
-with 64MB
-with a 1 or 2 GB drive?
-with 14" Screen, don't recall any bad pixels last time I booted it up. It works, no guantee on pixels.
-with original Brick power adapter
-with a CD 24x? (I'll look for it but will only be included IF I find it.)
-with a DVD
-with DVD Decoder PCMCIA Card
-with Sonnet Crescendo™/WS G4 Processor Upgrade Card, 500 MHz PowerPC™ G4 processor with AltiVec™
-with 256MB Ram for TOP (NEW replacements from Kingston)
-with 256MB Ram for BOTTOM (NEW replacements from Kingston)
-with a dead Battery
-with a Dummy Bay Filler? (I'll look for it but will only be included IF I find it.) I think it's for a Pismo.

SYSTEM #2 (Purchased from the original owner) Very Clean - I did put it together and test the system to be working.
Apple ][e w/Original Box and Packing Material
Apple 80 Colum Card
Apple Disk ][ Controller Card
Apple Disk ][ w/Original Box and Packing Material
Apple Green Monitor w/Original Box and Packing Material
Serial Card w/Original Box and Packing Material (don't recall the manufacturer)
C/PM Card w/Original Box and Packing Material (don't recall the manufacturer)
Rana Drive w/Original Box and Packing Material
Inmac Monitor Stand
Assortment - I believe I have the Drive '2' Plaque which is NEW and unused, I should have ALL the original port covers which came with the system.
I should have most if not ALL the disks, manuals and original paperwork. This should include original packing slips, warrantee cards and even the orignal bill of sales for most of the system if not ALL.

SYSTEM #3 (Purchased from the original owner) Very Clean - I did put it together and test the system to be working.
Apple ][plus
Apple Disk ][ Controller Card
Apple Disk ][
Apple Green Monitor III (unfortunately this has yellowed, but I haven't tried cleaning it and it may not be yellowed)
I have some of the disks, manuals and original paperwork. This should include original packing slips, warrantee cards and possibly the orignal bill of sales for most of the system if not ALL.
This was a complete system purchased from a local Long Island Computer Store. The name of the store is Berliner (or something close to that and they labled the computer with stickers of their name) So this was purchased as a complete set together which is documented.

System #4
-Color Classic
I'll have to get the spec on this for you if you are interested.
-The Monitor is Okay, but you may want to adjust the screen a hair(to center IIRC)
-The internal hard drive was upgrade to a larger size by a friend.
-There is an ethernet card installed and functional
-I don't recall the Ram total but it was maxed out IIRC by my friend.
-It has System 7.5.5 installed
-The Floppy drive works
-I have a keyboard and a mouse for it.
It has some yellowing on the case.

MISC ITEMS
-Micro Mouse - it uses a special mouse pad which is metal with a grid pattern on it. This is definitely a collectors items since I've not seen any like this before other than maybe a long time ago on eBay.
-Combo Drive from an iMac (LampStand model)unsure if it works as I have not tested it since I pulled it out from a dead -iMac, but the Hard Drive I pull from the iMac works fine.
-iMac 17" LCD - don't know the condition of this one haven't tested it.
-One more Mac in the basement but I don't have a clue to what model it is - I know it has sometype of video out for TV possibly installed but I've never used it before. It was given to me and it was installed with OS 8.0 or 8.5 fromwhat I recall being told...

You UNDERSTAND that these itmes are sold as due to their age. Check with me first about this if you have a question.
Well that's it. Maybe some of this might be of intereste to someone here.

If interested tell/PM me an offer. I'm looking for a reasonable price to put towards a new computer - if not I will eventually eBay this stuff though it would be a shame to break the package up...
BTW it's located in NYC, NY area.

TIA

Sonny

* Be aware I may have made a type - IF I did I will clarify it when you ask. But to my knowledge it should be correct.

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Amendment to Posting

Amendment to SYSTEM #2
Two unbranded cards I mentioned are:
-Serial Card w/Original Box and Packing Material (don't recall the manufacturer)
-C/PM Card w/Original Box and Packing Material (don't recall the manufacturer)

1) Virex card which has thre connector headers that are labeled DTE/Modem, DCE/Printer & Parallel/Terminal.
Comment: a slot saver card... multi I/O. The Videx card is uncommon.

2) ALS - Digital Research Advance Logic Systems - The CP/M CARD Rev B (c) 1983 Serial Number (hand Written) 004039
Comment: a Z-80 coprocessor that allows you to run CP/M software - it's a clone of the Microsoft Softcard, more or less.

Photos of the card(s):

http://www.applefritter.com/files/DSCN9907_Virex%20Card%20Front.jpg
http://www.applefritter.com/files/DSCN9907_Virex%20Card%20Headers.jpg
http://www.applefritter.com/files/ALS%20Digital%20Research%20Adavance%20Logic%20Systems%20-%20The%20CPM%20CARD%20Front.jpg
http://www.applefritter.com/files/ALS%20Digital%20Research%20Adavance%20Logic%20Systems%20-%20The%20CPM%20CARD%20Back%20Serial%20Number.jpg
Sorry a little blurry.

Under MISC:

I originally posted > (the following)
-Micro Mouse - it uses a special mouse pad which is metal with a grid pattern on it. This is definitely a collectors items since I've not seen any like this before other than maybe a long time ago on eBay.

I now have the correct name of the product:
Mouse Systems Corporation Little Mouse WITH special aluminum (I believe it is) mouse pad.

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C/PM Card w/Original Box and Packing Material

Sonny,

Do you still have the CP/M card for sale?
How Much do you want for it?
What kind of payment do you take?

Thanks,
Steven (gsmcten)

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Hi Steven,

Yes I still do have the ALS, 'The CP/M Card'
I was hoping to sell it with the entire system as it was purchased ALL together from the original owner as a package.

Price wise I'm not sure - I'm still waiting for a buddy to give me a value on it and then I'll figure out a fair price. Rather it go to someone since I'm not currently using it than sit in storage. I should get a response within 5 days unless you are in a rush. They're not within Internet access right now.

If you'd like give me an offer (Fair Market Value preferred) which will not include shipping. I always charge actual shipping charges unless I have to purchase additional packing material - which I usually recycle.

Payment usually is PayPal Non-Credit Card/Non-Debit Card or in other words Bank Funded or Funds in the Account already.

USPS Money Order are also welcome but PayPal is preferred.
If you are in NYC area pickup is also an option.

Regards,
Sonny

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Sonny,

lol To tell you the truth, I am not exactly sure what fair market value would be. Up on eBay I've seen them go for a range of prices.
The best thing I can do is let you quote me a price with shipping that you think is fair.
Paypal (via bank account)is no problem. I've been using them for quite some time.
Best Regards and Thanks Again,
Steven

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So I'm watching an auction on eBay for this very same exact item. Condition is close too.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=230289817925&ssPageName=ADME:B:WNA:US:1123

Mine is probably in the same condition at this one and yesterday it was going for like $23+ plus shipping then today it's at like $63 plus shipping. With 4 hours and 51 mins left on the auction.

This is the first time I actually found one on auction on eBay.

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Ah, is this for real?
I just saw that auction with 1 hour and 1 min go up to: US $112.50
And it's not over yet!
Damn, how much is this card really worth?

ENDED at $112.50 USD Dang... why so much I wonder.

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ENDED at $112.50 USD Dang... why so much I wonder

Yeah, I'm afraid so. lol I was one of the bidders. Once it got past $60.00 or so I backed off. Oh well. Thats OK. I cannot afford to buy anything right now anyway.

Yeah. I'm sorry Sonny. I have to stop for a while. The better half is starting to complain about some of my purchases. She is the CFO. lol

It's like the man said; "It's only worth what folk's are willing to pay for it."

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ENDED at $112.50 USD Dang... why so much I wonder

Yeah, I hear you.

I'll take some photos and post them here and on my Flickr account when I get a chance before I eBay it.
My example is a later iteration which includes similar equipment.

** Box with Serial Number: 3-441-004039
** (2) Sheets of Blue Packing Foam
** The CP/M Card (it has a plastic bag for it but I'm not sure that's original), Serial Number: 004039
** (3) 5.25" Floppies
** Red Pamphalet
** Boxed Manual Set labeled Digital Research CP/M CARD tm 'For use on Apple IItm Computer. Inside this it includes in the following order in a Hard Cover Binder:
- THE CP/M CARD USER'S GUIDE UPDATE NOTICE (Dated: August, 1983: 12pg)
- THE CP/M CARD USER'S GUIDE (Copyright C 1982: 40pg) ALS
- CP/M Plus Divider Card
- CP/M Plus (CP/MR Version 3) Operating System User's Guide (Second Edition 1983) with Reader Comment Form attached at the end. (bound manual)
- CBASIC Divider Card
- CBASICR Language Reference Manual (Second Edition: October 1982) with Reader Comment Form (unbound manual)
- ADVANCE LOGIC SYSTEMS SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT (1pg on ALS Letterhead)
-DIGITAL RESEARCH LANGUAGES END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT (1pg) Form E-2(10/22/82) with signature of Gary A. Kildall: President
-DIGITAL RESEARCH OPERATING SYSTEM END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT (1pg) Form E-2(10/22/82) with signature of Gary A. Kildall: President

I've got no use for this stuff so hopefully someone is interested.

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UPDATE SYSTEM #1 (remember

UPDATE

SYSTEM #1 (remember Processor Upgrade still cost over $300 dollars IF you can find one)
Wallstreet Powerbook

SOLD

SYSTEM #3 (Purchased from the original owner) Very Clean - I did put it together and test the system to be working.
Apple ][plus

SOLD