I have a rev 4 Apple II in the 38000 s/n range. I'm hoping to, over the
years, gradually trade my way up to a Rev 0. I've seen Rev 0 units go on
ebay recently for around $3000ish. Below that seems to be a jumble, mostly
to do with completeness, originality, etc. Although, no always. Some have
had motherboards upgraded to newer versions and still gone for $2500.
Anyway, I'm looking to move up. My questions (and I realize this is all
1) What would my Apple II rev 4 be worth? Again it's serial number is
in the 38000 range, black label. It was in France and had its original
board replaced with a clone board, and some customization including a small
switch for power that was drilled into the back of the case was done. I
have installed a Rev 4 board with Integer Basic chips. I also did some
repairs on the keyboard and it is fully functional, but the repairs involved
a couple of jumper wires to deal with bad traces.
2) What would you be willing to pay for a 12000 range s/n Rev 2 that is
in so/so condition, some rusty chip legs and non-functional keyboard? Is a
Rev 2 anything special?
I got asked if we could do Lexan panels. I think it was for DG.
Yes my supplier does Lexan and can laser cut holes etc.
So if you need Lexan panels let me know.
The next batch of 8/e A & B will have the hole for the selector switch
and the one for the lock pre-drilled.
We need to come up with an agreement as to the positions of said holes
Can we get the coordinates and sizes of the holes from existing panels
using identifiable reference points.
The more I get the closer it will be. I'm hoping they won't vary and we
can go ahead.
Please send me any data for existing panels you may have.
Rod (PanelMan) Smallwood