Hi, my dad had a computer store in the 80's/90's. I'm offering some of the old inventory. Here are two pieces I've photographed so far:
Apple/IBM KC3 Analog Joystick (1990 - NEW, NIB) -- $69.00 USD or best offer (free shipping in USA, otherwise an additional $38)
This is a vintage 1990's KC3 precision analog joystick controller for Apple or IBM computers. Great for entertainment, education, and graphics software.
CONDITION: Brand new in box, never used!
Compatibility: Apple IIc, IIe, IIgs; IBM PC, XT, AT, PS/2 models 25 & 30, as well as both Apple and IBM compatible computers. NOT plug compatible with IBM PC jr., Apple II, or Apple II+
Brand: Kraft Systems, Inc.
Made In China
Part #: 820047-10
Contents: Joystick and User Guide
Size: 5"d x 4"w x 4 1/2"h
"Free-floating" and "spring-centered" operating modes.
Dual-axis trim controls for accurate and stable cursor control.
Two fire function buttons, allows left- or right- handed play.
Additional third stick-tip button for enhanced convenience and control.
Macintosh/Apple Joystick - BRAND NEW -- $92.00 USD or best offer (free shipping in USA, otherwise an additional $38)
This is a vintage 1980's MouseStick controller for Macintosh or Apple computers. Loaded with features! Ideal for drawing, desktop publishing, and entertainment software.
CONDITION: Brand new in box, never used.
Includes: The Gravis MouseStick, Gravis MouseStick Processing Unit, Instruction Manual, Warranty Card, & Laser Run Game/Demo Disk (Version 1.0, 3 1/4" floppy)
Compatibility: Macintosh 512, Macintosh Plus, Apple IIe, Apple IIc, Apple IIGS
Year: 1988, 1989
Size: 6 1/2"w x 6"h x 5"d (with 4' cord)
Made in Canada
3 programmable microswitch buttons
3 microswitch control selectors
Full size padded handle
True opto-mechanical digital design with 1200 point resolution
8-position handle tension adjuster, from free-floating to self-centering
Adjustable output resolution for multiple screen resolutions
Selectable sensitivity ratios from 1/1 to 128/1 for extreme cursor control precision
Direct tracking with and without auto-centering
Fixed or variable pulse output
Adjustable null or dead centre zone
Reversible X&Y axis
X&Y axis disable for the straightest lines
Button click lock, auto repeat, and auto double click modes
Plus: A microcontroller with user-upgradeable 16k ROM and 16-character LCD.
KC3 joystick sold. The Macintosh/Apple one is still up for grabs.