Someone please explain to me why this listing is so high? http://www.ebay.com/itm/Apple-Lisa-1-0-Twiggy-Drive-Pair-/122383386508?hash=item1c7e9e478c:g:v0IAAOSwhlZYu2f5
I have seen the whole machine go for $30k but 18k so far for some nonworking Twiggy's. Anyway, I read some were that 11,000 of them were produced. I know a lot of them were recalled. But out of 11,000, I'm guessing there are a lot more examples of the computer, then have already surfaced. For example, how many of the Apple 1's survived? How many of the ventless Apple II's survived? If a similar percentage of the Apple 1's survived, then they would not be that rare. So, why do these drives command such a high price. The auction still has 6 days ago. If that's the case, we need to put together a search party and find the lot they buried years ago.