*SWEET* Apple IIe Platinum for sale on Ebay

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woogie's picture
Joined: Dec 20 2003
Posts: 267

Nice system, but the winning bid was a little high.
I wonder if the system had a printer and mouse with
it. Maybe some extra software? The seller only said
it came with a game. More info would have been good.

The monitor would be a nice catch, though.


Cats rule! Member since 8/01

Joined: Mar 1 2005
Posts: 12
It did sell very high

I can't say that I have ever seen a Platinum Apple IIe sell for that much before, with shipping and handling it went for $301.
The printer was not offered because there is no card for a printer, it came without the printer card new. The printer for this computer is still available.

Craig MX's picture
Joined: Aug 13 2004
Posts: 44
The reason (mainly) it went h

The reason (mainly) it went high is the 3.5" drive, and controller card to use it on the //e.

The rest of the system is $19.95 eBay fodder, but the 3.5 drive and controller are pure gold.

It looks like a regular 3.5" drive too, not a Unidisk, so it might be possible that it's a superdrive controller, highly sought after.



My Apple II Collection

Joined: Jun 27 2005
Posts: 23
3.5 controller card for the apple //e with drive

Does this mean my platinum Apple //e with the same equipment is worth that much ? Any offers. I also have the 3.5 adapter card and 3.5 drives seperate.

Joined: Dec 19 2003
Posts: 833
Negative, however. . .

Someone is currently trying to sell a //e from a school surplus for $500.00! When I saw the price and picture I thought for sure that it was a huge lot of them, but upon contact the seller stated, that "no" it was just for one unit. He'll learn the hard way I guess. . .


Joined: Nov 10 2004
Posts: 25
well then...

the platinum is the edition with build in numeric pad, right?

And you are saying that the 3.5" floppy is what adds the value.

Well hot damn I have eight platinums then and at least one 3.5" drive, as well as several regular 5.25" ones

Joined: Jan 24 2005
Posts: 356
well then (not)...

The only thing that made that IIe worth investigating was the potential that it had a superdrive controller in it. They go for $80 to $160+ depending on desperation.

If the IIe was in super nice cosmetic condition (no engraving, marking, scratches or yellowing), alone it would be worth $20-30 bucks. The 3.5 drive was worth $10-15 even if it was a superdrive.

I've got about 6 or 7 of those controllers, at least 3 NIB. Sometimes I think I should sell a couple.

Joined: Jun 29 2005
Posts: 32
Superdrive Controller

If you're looking to sell one, let me know Sean. Don't need NIB, just something that works.


Joined: Jun 30 2005
Posts: 88

shiping was WAY to high for that. I shipped 2 G5s all the way across the US and it only cost $29!


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