After further review I thought that this discussion deserves it's own thread.
I originally placed this link in the "This Is Laughable" thread:
This was mainly due to the price for the card alone and part of the item description:
No hard drive is included. Older IDE drives was what was originally in the Vulcan PS. HD Drive, so you could always use it that way, but most people use these to add internal CF cards inside the case the hard drive usually doesn't have much value.
I thought, what is he talking about? Using the Vulcan card for CF?
So I sent him an email:
From your description:
"No hard drive is included but since most people use these to add internal CF cards inside the case the hard drive usually doesn't have much value."
I have been in the Apple II community for over 30 years and you are the first person I have ever heard mention anything about using a Vulcan Card as a basis for conversion to CF.
Now if you have pictures of one actually being used for that purpose I would be glad to see it. I know a bunch of other folks up on - applefritter.com - who would also like to see one.
And by the way..."the hard drive usually doesn't have much value" is not true.
His reply was:
No expert here on Apple
I defer to others for all info.
This is a old article that talks about a 20mbCF card working thru the Vulcan controller.
I had another article on it, but I tossed it when I made the auction.
Like I said I am a collector not a user of old computer gear.
If you find out more info I would like to know what you find out.
So I followed the given link and sure enough; a discussion of the use of the Vulcan Control Card being used with a CFFA adapter was there.
Like I said, I've been around the community a long time and this is the first time I have heard of this.
In the other thread I received one response from Georgel.
Does anyone else have any knowledge of this adaptation?