I told my wife I would stop buying so much vintage Apple stuff unless it was something I didn't have. Well this weekend I bought two Apple II+ computers. One is pretty run of the mill but came with a manual and disks for GEOS.
The other Apple II+ was at an estate sale today and it had a bunch of cards and add-ons some of which I have never seen before.
I will describe them here and post some pictures.
First, the person's grand daughter told me that her grandfather worked at intel corporation and he had pasted a sticker over his Apple II+ badge that said "This is not an Apple!". Guess he would have been made fun of working at intel and owning an Apple II.
So here's what I have:
1. One Apple II+ with a highly customized case (read holes drilled etc) with a Motherboard date code of 8104
2. Two RANA Systems Elite One disk drives and controller.
3. One QWK keyboard cover in nice shape.
4. One Quentin Research 16K RAM card. Interesting, I knew they made drives for the A2 didn't realize they made RAM cards too.
5. One REPEATRRR key repeater add-on. I have only seen a few of these. I think they were around $30.00 back in the day.
6. A Grappler+ with cable. (I have enough Parallel interfaces now)
7. A Zoom Modem. Couldn't see a model number but am still looking.
8. Microtek Magnum 80 80 column card.
9. This gadget from HARP Electronics from Oshkosh WI that I have no idea what it is yet?
10. Shift Key Modification
All this for $100.00.
Here are the pictures.
Any help with the gadget from HARP Electronics would be welcome. ???