The contact # is a LAND-LINE and does NOT accept TEXT.
This bundle includes one floppy drive as shown in the first picture and four monitor options/prices. Price with no monitor is $300. Bundle as shown in the primary picture with a 19" Dell LCD monitor with the black base, price is $350. Price as shown with the 20" Dell LCD monitor (silver base and overhangs one inch each side), price is $375. Price with a 15" Gateway color LCD monitor (not shown) is $320. All three monitors are correct 4:3 aspect ratio, the Dells are height-adjustable and swivel. The monochrome Apple monitor and second floppy in some pictures are not available for sale at this time. Shipping is not included, but available if you ask.
Because it is over 38 years old, and I USED it, it has two scratches on the case, but hardly any to no yellowing! The computer comes with an Apple 80 Col / 64k card installed in the Aux Slot #0, an Apple II Disk Controller card installed in Slot 6, a SINGLE std. Apple Disk II 5-1/4” floppy drive and a complete copy of Copy II Plus including the original manual and disk. There are no “clone” cards installed: both cards are “Apple” original cards. I’ve re-verified that everything works properly Lo-Res Color, Hi-Res Color, 40-column mode and 80-column mode when software calls for it; pictures show most if not all the modes. There are two scratches: one on the top which cannot be seen except in the close-up of the top with light against the scratch and the second on the front under the space bar – look closely to find it. Please note, both a monochrome CRT and a Dell color LCD monitor are shown in the pictures to show diagnostic results and the date the pictures were taken (bottom of the Copy II Plus screen); however the MONITOR, MONITOR STAND AND 2nd FLOPPY DRIVE ARE NOT INCLUDED at $300.
OPTIONS: Replace the Apple 80 Col / 64k Memory Extension card with:
a) CheckMate Technologies 80 Col / 192k Memory card with manual and disks $75
b) QRam (Applied Engineering?) 80 Col / 1Mb Memory card with manual and disks $125
Both cards support RamDisks for loading programs and/or data on-to for much faster access.
The only repair made on this computer was to replace the .1uF Safety Line Filter Capacitor inside the original Apple Aztec power supply. I replaced it with an original capacitor in early October 2023.
This system is priced for local pickup in Gainesville, FL. If it must be shipped, these items will be well-packed. The Apple IIe will be in its own box. Everything else will be in a second box. Total added cost to ship is $150.
Please note that if you plan to use this PC for games, you should try to use an ANALOG color monitor with a COMPOSITE-IN RCA jack (Dell 2001FP or 2007FP). In this arrangement, colors and the hi-res display will look great. A digital 4:3 Aspect Ratio Color LCD monitor with an appropriate Composite-to-VGA convertor will also work well (19” VGA Dell LCD monitor shown). I can guide you to a convertor known to work very well. If you will be using this PC for mostly TEXT, an Analog CRT will provide the crispest display. Because today’s LCD monitors are digital and of a much higher native resolution (1280X1024 typical pixel arrangement on a 4:3 monitor), and not analog, text will be fuzzy/out-of focus because the Apple IIe cannot match the native 1280X1024 or higher resolution of an LCD monitor.
I have original manuals and disks for Apple ProDOS, Apple Fortran, Apple Pascal, and many other programs, utilities and games. I have several adapter cards including new-in-the box 8Mhz Zip Chip, and a 3.4Mhz “Speed Demon” card, other cards w/o boxes include two Z80 language cards for CP/M, Pascal and Fortran, Super Serial Card w/ manual, Parallel Printer card w/ manual and an Apple “Silent-Type” thermal printer, adapter card and manual. Future listings will include a SCSI adapter and a (tested, working) 40Mb external fixed disk with adapter card, manual and AppleWorks 4.0 pre-loaded, a RamFast card, a CheckMate memory expansion card and more… Please contact me if you want me to specifically list something for you. I also have a standard Rev 7 Apple II+, four Apple IIe (2 are “Enhanced”) and two Apple IIc computers (with original Apple IIc monitors, stands and power supplies) I will be listing. ThanksForLooking!