New IIgs

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I just got ahold of a real gem.
I found the following system with ALL original boxes, manuals, disks, etc...

Apple IIgs ROM03
Apple RAM expansion board
2x Apple 3.5" floppy
1x Apple 5.25" floppy
Apple color monitor for the IIgs

The system is CLEAN! No yellowing.. just needed a little clean up. The guy had it stored in the boxes in his garage for years. I can't wait to add a hard disk, accelerator, and SCSI card. Smile

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Joined: May 2 2005
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Holy Apple Carts

Lucky you - did you have to pay anything for it? LOL

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Joined: May 29 2005
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A little

Not much though! Smile

Ya know, no matter how many people get sucked into the MS lies... Windows will never touch people the way the Commodore 64 and Apple II did.

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Joined: May 2 2005
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DOH!

Thanks a LOT! Now I've got the Commodore 64 jingle stuck in my head. NOW I WON'T BE ABLE TO GET TO SLEEP Shock

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The C-64 jingle? I started w

The C-64 jingle? I started with one, but I don't recall anything of that in the past.

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Whoa Doh

Hey,

What was that jingle? Do you remember the words?

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Joined: May 2 2005
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The worst part is...

...the only part of the jingle I can remember is a few seconds of piano music and some guy singing, "...my Commodore 64...", so it keeps cycling over and over in my head.

I can't take it anymore YYYEEEEEEAAAARRRRGGGGHHHHH

*jumps out window*

*remembers he lives in a basement suite*

*spits out dirt and grass*