Like the title says, I just bought a replica Apple 1 PCB and need a parts list. Ie: ICs, resistors, capacitors (with values if possible), etc.
My experience in this is admittedly limited. So having a full list would be more helpful than the schematics. I've repaired a number of vintage computers in the past. Mostly replacing chips and patching broken traces. Then moved on to piecing together what I like to call "frankenputers". Basically, I take various parts of dead machines. Put them together into some semblance of the machine I wanted. Then zap it full of electricity to bring my creation to life!
Now I'm in the process of building a ZX Spectrum. But this time, I bought a reproduction of the bare PCB and sourced all the parts to assemble it from "scratch". I'm almost done now, although I have no idea if it works yet. I won't find out until the RAM arrives in a few weeks. However, all the voltages are good on the board, so I'm hopeful.
Anyway, with this project almost complete, I figured I'd try something a little more challenging. Hence, the Apple 1. I've never used one before (never even seen one for that matter). But given the going price of a "real/original" computer, I figured that this is the only way I was ever going to get the chance.
To that end, I've been looking for a parts list. It was a serious help when building my Spectrum. I've tried Googling it, but no luck. I know that there are complete kits out there, but when building my Spectrum (or frankenputers for that matter), I've found that half the fun is finding all the little bits as I go along. Kinda like having a combination scavenger hunt and jigsaw puzzle. Anyway, if anyone has (or can point me to) one, I'd appreciate it.
Also, as a side question, and strickly a philosophical one at that. If Steve Wozniack were to assemble one of these boards, would that make it a real Apple 1? or would it still be just a replica? Just curious on that. Any thoughts?