OK, just for you guys, here are the Apple /// photos. First, the whole collection of boxes I picked up from retired Apple engineer Jim Thomas:
Here's the /// peeking out into the world for the first time in 30 years (well, actually, not, but let's pretend):
The accessories box has the manuals, disks, and a power and composite video cable.
Here we go...
But first! All the dealer promo stuff:
And the Disk ///:
Together again for the first time:
All we need now is the monitor:
Now to install the clock chip kit:
Here's the serial number label, which oddly lists the voltage at 230V. Works fine on 110:
Setting up with the CFFA3000:
Not pictured is the box of miscellaneous manuals that was included, with full manual sets for Apple ][ Pascal, Apple /// Pascal, and Business Basic, among others.