Anyone have an Apple IIe PDS card for the MAC they can sell me?

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Anyone have an Apple IIe PDS card for the MAC they can sell me?

Anyone have an Apple IIe PDS card for the MAC they can sell me?  Please send me a message

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Here is one on eBay with the

Here is one on eBay with the "or best offer" option: https://www.ebay.com/itm/265880956372

Judging from the last 2 sales, you should offer somewhere between $350 and $450: click and click.

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It is ridiculous how the

It is ridiculous how the prices on these have skyrocketed.  I had 6 of them and sold three of them with cable, software, and a copy of the manual at Kfest five years ago for $200 each.  Now it looks like I can get $400 each.  

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A lot of stuff is going up. 

A lot of stuff is going up.  7 or 8 years ago you could buy a good, complete, working //e for $150-$200, notw they're usually around twice that.  Part of it is just inflation, but there is more interest in retrocomputing than there used to be, and it isn't like they're making more of this stuff.  Eventually the caches of units in storage will dry up and as long as there is still demand at that time, if there is no more supply the prices can only go one way.  Things that were never made in massive quantities like the //e card are more susceptible.  //e units themselves, Apple made millions and millions of them.  I bet the //e card for the Mac was in the tens of thousands at most.

 

 

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