Here is the latest laughable ebay advert from 'danapplemacman'
It is for an "1978-Apple-II-Computer-Integer-BASIC-Steve-Jobs-and-Wozniak-Collector-Quality-"
So everyone study the text and all the photos, both in the advert and in the body of the text, and see how many school boy errors make this NOT A GENUINE 1978 machine...
I have spotted at least 9 errors:
 - Photo of 6502 processor shows it as a MOS with date code 2881 - 28th week 1981 - not 1978
 - Photo showing the lid "velcro studs" on the main body, fixed in place by rivets - not 1978
 - Photo showing inside of lid "velcro studs" fixed by rivets - not 1978
 - Same photo showing inside of lid with RFI strip which contacts the RFI strip on the main body of RFI model - NOT 1978
 - photo showing motherboard - RAM selector chips soldered in place - not socketed
 - photo showing ROM chips & chips around - have date codes of 1980/81/82
 - photo showing motherboard & power supply - between the bottom tabs of slots 3 & 4 has the word "Rev" - likely rev 3 or 4
 - Text says "REVISION 1" motherboard - indicated by the single video pin - NOT TRUE could be REV 1/2/3/4
 - Text says "so a still all original non-modified original Apple II...." - Untrue chip date codes don't hold up
The seller has bought several INTEGER ROM cards recently and is not selling two ROM cards, one with Integer ROMS and the other with Applesoft ROMS, so it is more likely the ROM chips in the motherboard are not original.
Does anyone think that EBAY should remove this advert as there are so many mistruths held here as the "whole system" is mis-represented as 1978?
Can anyone sport more errors?
Actually the date code 7845 on the motherboard seems very "freshly" written for a 30+ year old computer.