Whoo Hoo! I'm Baaack... And What A Find!

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Whoo Hoo! I'm Baaack... And What A Find!

Howdy all,
Disregard those rumors... I'm not dead. You see, there's this girl... anyway...
Anyway, what brings me here today is a wonderful find I made... a complete Apple //e in unmodified (not enhanced) form with the Apple RGB card, an ALF synthesizer card, Taxan monitor, System Saver-esque unit, Grappler card, Gemini printer and a bunch of software. Also have a joystick and a spliter of sorts. All for $16 US. And it is in minty fresh condition, complete with original (!) documentation and receipts! I mean minty... it looks new!
In short, I has bucket.
I'm going to be offloading some of the game software. One of them has NEVER BEEN OPENED. From 1985. Take that, dom Perignon! I got yer vintage!
Want to add to it. Might go after more RAM (though I wonder if that'd be even possible given the video card) and a UniDisk 3.5" (cue Gregorian chant...).

Good to be back!

Rob

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Silly me...

Forgot to mention. There's also an original Hayes MicroModem II (1981) unopened, as in super minty fresh.
I has bigger bucket.

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yup i know the feeling

its always good to get a "full" system because then you get all the cables and peripherals. Many times collectors just get the CPU (box) but end up spending far more getting hard to find cables and parts!
A very good find though, especially with so much "new" stuff.

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