Apple II

ADB Keyboard Port

Broken port?

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Have a mangled or broken ADB port on your keyboard or computer? While many times, the port may just need fresh solder, it is possible that something truly is broken.These are used and have been carefully removed and tested before and after to work.

This should work on every Apple external ADB keyboard, and appears to be identical to the one on the motherboard or logic board of the computer (Apple IIGS, Macintosh II/SE through Beige G3) as well.

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Angled or L Power Cable

Space saver when a wall is close.

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Angled Power cable or cord. Most often found with the Apple products from the ’80’s and I think of them as printer power cables for the ImageWriter and ImageWriter II printers.

Also the most common Apple branded cable for the pre G3 products. Black cables are generic, Apple cables came in several shades – likely to match “snow white”, “platinum” and “beige” coloring, but even those aren’t consistent. If you have a preference, please leave a note at checkout. Limited quantities. All are in the 5′-7′ length range.

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Apple 3.5 Drive

A9M0106

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The Apple 3.5 Drive, A9M0106 (825-1304-A) is a floppy-disk drive that uses removable, 800k 3 1/2″ inch disks to store and retrieve data. This drive was introduced with the Apple IIGS, although it was marketed as universal and will also match the case of the Macintosh II series. The Macs always had an internal drive, and any external drive cannot be daisy-chained.

It will work on the //c Plus and the //e (with controller card) and any Macintosh with a floppy disk port. It features an eject button and a port for daisy-chaining additional drives on the Apple II.

All are clean and tested to read and write and have all their feet. Exterior condition varies from as Nice as it gets to Severely discolored or a cracked housing and everything in between. More information about coloring can be found here. I try to put drives in the most appropriate category as far as exterior condition, but as the photos show, it is very hard to judge with some. Engraving will be disregarded in favor of coloring unless it is large and prominent. If you are buying a drive along with a computer purchase, I will do my best to match the coloring.

***Photos are for illustration only***

Quantities are limited as there are many that still need repair.

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Apple 3.5 Drive Owner’s Guide

For the Apple IIGS, Macintosh

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The Apple 3.5 Drive Owner’s Guide, Apple # 030-0126-A, 030-0126-B, 030-2050-A, or 030-2050-B.

All manuals appear to be identical, but the 0126 A and B have a grayscale cover instead of color – not pictured. The manual you receive may any of these.

This 29 page manual covers the setup, usage/chaining and specs for the Apple 3.5 Drive, A9M0106. Covered are the Apple IIGS and Macintosh 512K and Plus.

Most of the covers are a little yellowed with age, storage conditions, or both.

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Apple 3.5 Drive Port Cover

A9M0106

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Apple 815-0968-A. This rare port cover came standard on the Apple 3.5 Drive. Most Apple II owners removed it so they could daisy-chain their drives. As the Macintosh isn’t capable of chaining external drives, the owners most likely never noticed or removed it.

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Apple 5.25 Drive

A9M0107

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Apple 5.25 Drive, A9M0107.

This is a floppy-disk drive that uses removable, 5.25-inch disks to store and retrieve data. You can use this 5.25 Drive with ANY Apple II in the Apple II family of computers.

Apple ][, Apple ][ Plus and Apple //e models require an Apple I/O or 5.25 Drive controller card (not included). Apple //c models and Apple IIGS have built-in floppy disk ports. Also used with the IIe card on the Macintosh.

This was the last 5.25 drive that Apple made. Features daisy chaining on the rear, gray feet and Platinum in color to match the Platinum Apple IIe and IIGS. It replaced the Unidisk Drive which is Beige in color.

All are clean and tested to read and write and have all their feet. Expect minor scuffs or scratches, these are almost 35 years old. Exterior condition varies from as Nice as it gets to Severely discolored or a cracked(broken) housing and everything in between. More information about coloring can be found here. I will try to put drives in the most appropriate category as far as exterior condition, but as the photos show, it is very hard to judge with some. Engraving will be disregarded in favor of coloring unless it is large and prominent. If you are buying a drive along with a computer purchase, I will do my best to match the coloring.

**Photos are for illustration only.**

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Apple 5.25 Drive Owner’s Guide

For the Apple ][, ][ Plus, //e, IIc, IIGS

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The Apple 5.25 Drive Owner’s Guide, Apple # 030-1480-A, 030-1480-B, or 030-2040-A, 030-2040-B.

All appear to be identical other than where they were printed. The manual you receive may be any of these.

This 18 page manual covers the setup, usage/chaining and specs for the Apple 5.25 Drive, A9M0107.

Most of the covers are a little yellowed with age, storage conditions, or both.

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Apple ADB Keyboard Cable

Used to attach the keyboard or other ADB device such as a trackball.

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This cable will work for Macintosh SE through early G3’s and the Apple IIGS.These 3′ coiled genuine Apple ADB cables may come with any of the following part numbers: 590-0361-A / 590-0361-B / 590-0616-A

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Apple Desktop Bus Keyboard Parts – IIGS

The keyboard for the IIGS

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Apple Desktop Bus Keyboard, A9M0330, 658-4081. This is the keyboard that came with the Apple IIGS. Complete keyboards are currently only available with purchase of an Apple IIGS here. They all started life looking like the second photo, but most now look like the next – SMK (Taiwan) on top and Alps (Japan) below).

While they look the same on the outside, there are two main differences that affect which key switch or key cap that you need. Pop off a keycap (not Caps Lock), if needed. Are the stems of your switches orange, salmon or white?

If your keyboard label say “Made in Japan”, it uses orange or salmon colored Alps switches. The keycaps are platinum colored top and bottom and longer keys use brown stabilizer bar clips. The 3 case screws always use a washer underneath the screw heads. The keyboard ROM may be socketed or soldered and the printing is facing the front of the keyboard. ROM may be 341-0232 or 341-0124. Key caps don’t really discolor, although the case, numeric keypad divider and space bar do.

If your keyboard label says “Made in Taiwan”, it uses white SMK switches. The keycaps are dark gray on the bottom and longer keys use white stabilizer bar clips. The 3 case screws may or may not use a washer under the screw heads. The socketed keyboard ROM, 341-0124 printing is facing the back of the keyboard. Key caps always discolor with rest of case.

The switches are not interchangeable between Alps and SMK. The SMK switches were only used in this keyboard whereas the Alps switches were used in several – see note at the bottom.

While the keycaps may be interchangeable in a pinch, they don’t fit as nicely as the correct ones and the coloring may not match. Contact me if you need a keycap to check availability before you order.

External parts:

  • Bottom Case (includes feet whenever possible. Feet are really non removable – very thin pieces of rubber)
  • Top Case
  • Keypad divider
  • Screws – sold individually. Note: Some have small heads and use a washer. Some have large heads and use a washer. Some Taiwan keyboards do not use a washer with the large head screws.

Internal parts:

  • Alps Key Switch (orange)*
  • Alps Key Switch (salmon)*
  • Alps Caps Lock Switch (cream)*
  • Alps Key Caps (platinum bottom)***
  • Alps Brown clips on the underside of the large keycaps for the stabilizer bar to slide into

  • SMK Key Switch (white)
  • SMK Caps Lock Switch (white)
  • SMK Key Caps (dark gray bottom)***
  • SMK White clips on the underside of the large keycaps for the stabilizer bar to slide into

  • Return or Space Bar Post Receptacle* (post is included on keycap)
  • Base Stabilizer clips (black)*
  • Space Bar Stabilizer Bar
  • Reset Stabilizer Bar
  • Shift, Return, 0, Enter Stabilizer Bar
  • Control or Apple Stabilizer Bar
  • Keyboard ROM 341-0124 or 341-0232

*These parts may be interchangeable with some IIc Plus, Apple Keyboard M0116, Extended Keyboard M0115, Extended Keyboard II M0312 or M3501.

***Contact me if you need a keycap to check availability before you order.

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Apple Desktop Bus Mouse (ADB) G5431

Macintosh II and SE to Beige G3

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This is the first ADB (Apple Desktop Bus) mouse made for the Mac. Family number G5431 was introduced with the Macintosh II and SE. It will work on all Macs through the beige G3 although it was replace by the Desktop Bus Mouse II in 1993. The Apple IIGS mouse is identical except for the model number.

There were 3 versions of the G5431 that I am aware of. The top and case look identical, the original is the one on the left with the black mouse ball (Taiwan). I think the one in the middle (USA) was next and the one on the right is the last (Malaysia).

Last photo shows some of the coloring variations, most will look like the middle two. They are matched to a keyboard if purchased together.

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Apple Desktop Bus Mouse Parts

A9M0331 & G5431 Parts

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Introduced with the Apple IIGS in 1986, it didn’t have a name printed on the label, simply Model No A9M0331.

The Macintosh got the same mouse later – introduced with the Macintosh II and the SE. The label not only sported a name, Apple Desktop Bus Mouse, but was given a Family Number G5431.

Both numbers were used for the duration of this wedge shaped mouse, and there are several versions of them over the next 6 years.

If the mouse ball is black and there are two diagonal notches or cutouts on the bottom for the mouse retainer, all parts seem to be interchangeable between 1 and 2 below for the purpose of this website. The teflon strips are notorious for coming unglued on these versions, so priority is given to complete working mice, I cannot guarantee that the bottom case or retainer ring will have these strips:

1) A9M0331 (black ball). The mouse was made by Logitech in Taiwan. The controller board is beige colored on the top and green underneath. Printed on the underside of the board is “A D B Mouse by Logitech” and the particular one I am looking at says Rev C2. The interior ball cage is white. The mouse base is stamped 400116. The mouse top is stamped 400115. The button part of the top is stamped 400117. The retainer ring is stamped 400118.

2) G5431 (black ball). The mouse was made by Logitech in Taiwan. The controller board is green. Printed on the board is “Logitech AT Rev B”, P/N 200048-00. The interior ball cage is black. The mouse base is stamped 400116. The mouse top is stamped 400115. The button part of the top is stamped 400234. The retainer ring is stamped 400235.

3) G5431 (gray ball). This mouse was made by Alps in the U.S.A. The controller board is brown. Stamped Alps 820-0232. The gray mouse ball is 1” (25mm). The ball ball retainer is round with a V at the bottom indicating pull it down to remove it. There is no separate ball cage, it is part of the case. The mouse base is stamped 815-1090. The mouse top is stamped 815-1092. The button part of the top is stamped 815-1091. The retainer ring does not have a number. The lower teflon is not on the ring, but on the base. Upon removal of the board assy, one roller and spring may fall out. Two little white plastic supports for the other rollers may fall off.

The following two look identical from the outside, but the ball and ribbed retainer are the only parts interchangeable:

4) A9M0331 (gray ball). The mouse was made in the USA. The controller board is green. Unknown manufacturer, but board stamped 820-0146. The gray mouse ball is 1” (25mm). The mouse ball retainer (gray or black) is round and ribbed with 3 tabs that mate to the bottom of the case. The ball cage is white. The controller board is screwed to the bottom of the case with 3 screws.The mouse base is stamped 815-0733. The mouse top is stamped 815-0732. The button part of the top is stamped 815-0852. The retainer ring may be unstamped. Two or all three of the rollers are steel.

5) G5431 (gray ball). The mouse was made by Mitsumi in Malaysia. The controller board is brown. Stamped Mitsumi. The gray mouse ball is 1” (25mm). The mouse ball retainer (gray) is round and ribbed with 3 tabs that mate to the bottom of the case. The ball cage is black. The controller board is screwed to the bottom of the case with 2 screws.The mouse base is stamped 64-1259. The mouse top is stamped 64-1260. The button part of the top is stamped 64-1261. The retainer ring may be unstamped or marked 64-1262.

Parts Available:

Mouse ball retainer, complete (with teflon strip if it is supposed to have it)
Mouse ball retainer, missing teflon strip
Mouse ball, black 7/8” (21.8mm)
Mouse ball, gray 1”(25mm)
Screws, case (set of 4)
Mouse bottom case (may or may not have teflon strip(s))
Mouse top case with attached “button”
Board assy w/cable
Board screws (set of 2 or 3)
Teflon strip, front
Teflon strip, mouse retainer *on mouse #3, this strip is on the bottom of the case.

Regarding the controller boards: They are for parts or repair only. The mice used for parts do not work at all, have a smashed cable end, the cursor is very jumpy, or the click is funky – it doesn’t stay held down, or come up, or a single click is two, etc.

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Apple Disk II Drive

Apple’s First Disk drive!

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Apple Disk II Drive, Model A2M0003. Apple’s first drive, replacing the data cassette was introduced in 1978 and sold for $595. It was replaced by the Unidisk drive. The Disk II Drive requires a Disk II interface card and can be used in the Apple ][, the ][ Plus, //e and IIGS.

I have several of these drives in stock. All have been cleaned, repaired if needed, speed tested and adjusted if needed, tested to format, read and write. They have all their feet.

Most are in nice condition, but still may have a minor scratch or scuff. Not so nice drives may have numerous scratches, non removable stickers, marker, etc. Still fully functional but not as pretty. As these are painted cases to match the Apple II and II Plus, they don’t have the discoloration issues of the later plastic Unidisk and Apple 5.25 Drives.

Available are drives with no label, Drive 1 label and Drive 2 label. Because the users put the labels on, they sometimes ended up in different places (shown is the usual place of top left corner). I have even seen them placed over the Apple logo 🙁 If this is a concern for you, please contact me prior to purchase.

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A) Nice drive, no label

B) Nice drive, Drive 1

C) Nice drive, Drive 2 (will match label placement with Drive 1 if both are purchased)

D) Not so nice looking (may or may not have Drive labels)

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Apple Disk II Drive Mechanical Parts

The inside parts

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If you just need one little part off of the mechanical assy to get your disk drive up and running, here they are. These will ship with the appropriate screws.

Case and other parts not listed will be found here.

  • Faceplate w/activity light
  • Door (includes spring and screws)
  • Write Protect Actuator (Shugart and Alps may be different)
  • Write Protect Switch
  • Collet hub (with or without top frame or bracket)
  • Load or Head Button (foam)
  • Head assy (includes rails, screws, button, etc.)
  • Speed turntable with strobe markings – to collet hub receptacle
  • Tachometer Motor w/pulley (to make the disk spin) Copal LC-177
  • Belt
  • Speed Control Circuit Board
  • Positioning disc (white plastic w/groove)
  • Stepper Motor for head positioning – Copal SP-57 (on bottom of drive)
  • Card edge connector – AMP 583717-3 8146 (will be detached from stepper motor)

*The head assy pictured is for the photograph only. This was a completely working drive except the arm was broken off of the head, which made that part a little funky so it became a head button donor. The one you receive will be intact.

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Apple Disk II Drive Parts

A2M0003

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Housing and parts for the Disk II Drive

Everything is sold individually, 1 foot or 1 screw, for example. These are parts from a non-functioning drive, usually because of alignment issues. Case or housing may have scratches, etc. but generally not too bad. If this is a concern, please contact me before ordering. Analog Boards are repaired if needed and working correctly.

  • Top Case
  • Bottom Case (w/feet)
  • Case Screws (Upper to Lower Case)
  • Case Screws (Lower Case to Drive)
  • Feet
  • Analog Board
  • Analog Screws
  • Interface Cable (external) – Drive to Disk II Interface card
  • Interface Cable Lock (plastic)
  • Head shield
  • Mechanical Assy for parts. This is a non functional drive – usually because of alignment issues, but includes everything else not listed here. *May or may not include the Door. Look here for specific parts from this assembly.

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Apple Disk II Installation Manual

For the Apple II

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Apple II Disk II Installation Manual, Apple # 030-0415-A, 030-0415-B.

This 21 page manual covers how to install the Disk II interface card and connect the Disk II drive.

For use with the Apple Disk II Interface Card, # 820-0006-02 (650-X104) and Apple Disk II Drive, A2M0003.

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Apple Disk II Interface Card

Used with the Disk II 5 1/4″ Floppy Disk Drive

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This 1978 Apple card is used to control 1 or 2 Disk II drives (sold separately).
Apple 650-X104- (Rev. on card pictured is B) (820-0006-D)
Can be used in the Apple ][, Apple ][ plus, Apple //e and even in the Apple IIGS.

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Apple Drive Parts 5.25 & Unidisk

A9M0104 and A9M0107

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Apple 5.25 Drive & Unidisk parts. Most all drive parts are interchangeable, cases are different colors.

Unidisk is a single 5.25 drive inside a beige case.

Apple 5.25 Drive is the same 5.25 drive mounted inside a platinum case.

Everything is sold individually, 1 foot or 1 screw, for example. Doors may or may not still have the “Push down to close” sticker on them.

Parts come from non working drives (usually an alignment issue) and case coloring will vary as far as discoloration goes, please ask for a description or photo of something specific if this is a concern.

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  • Top Case
  • Bottom Case (w/feet & emblem)
  • Case Screws
  • Feet
  • Apple Emblem
  • LED Cable
  • Sub-bezel
  • Sub-bezel Screws
  • Door
  • Door Spring
  • Cable – external to computer
  • Analog Board (Board for Unidisk is green and has socketed chips)
  • I/O panel (fastens to the back of the analog card)
  • Top Shield
  • Rear Metal Shield Plate (under Analog card)
  • Insulation Paper
  • Bottom Shield
  • Ground Cable
  • *Mechanical Assy for parts. This is a non functional drive – usually because of alignment issues, but includes things such as the head assy, upper & lower stepper motors, belt, motor speed control board, lower clamp/rotational spindle, disk rails, advance spring, disk load clip & torsion spring among others. Contact me if you would like a specific item off of this assembly.
  • * Mechanical Assy for parts (above) mounted in the shields for protection.

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Apple Duodisk Drive

Two Drives in one!

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Apple Duodisk, A9M0108. Introduced in 1984 slightly before the Unidisk, it contains two 5-1/4″ Unidisk drives mounted side by side in a beige enclosure. Designed to sit between the computer and monitor.

The Duodisk drive has a unique, removable cable that runs from the drive to a drive interface card – either the I/O Controller (Duodisk) Card or the 5.25 Drive Controller Card as it was later named.

This drive cannot be daisy chained as the interface card only supports 2 drives.

It can be used on the Apple II, II Plus, IIe or IIGS with a Controller Card. It can be used with the disk port on some IIGS’s, please do your own research.

Several available. They have all been cleaned and tested to format, read and write. Speed checked and adjusted if needed. They all have their feet.

Select from the following:

A) Duodisk in original box (pictured) with cable, Owner’s Manual, Packing List and Drive number labels. Will be shipped inside another box.

B) Duodisk with cable. These look like the one pictured – minus the box, and range slightly in coloring from Nice to Light which isn’t noticeable unless they are stacked together. Last one to go has some noticeable discoloration on the left side and perhaps on the front.

C) Duodisk without cable. Severe discoloration.

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Apple Duodisk Parts

A9M0108

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Duodisk Parts. This is the case that has two drives mounted side by side.

Everything is sold individually, 1 foot or 1 screw, for example. Doors may or may not still have the “Push down to close” sticker on them.

Everything worked except for a likely alignment issue on drive 1. Analog card has been tested and works properly.

Photo is of the one Duodisk I have for parts, so the case is nice.

Select from the following:

  • Top Case
  • Bottom Case (w/feet & emblem)
  • Case Screws
  • Feet
  • Apple Emblem
  • LED Cable (Drive 2 is different)
  • Sub-bezel
  • Sub-bezel Screws
  • Door
  • Door Spring
  • Analog Board
  • Analog I/O panel (fastens to the back of the analog card)
  • Top Shield (Drive 2 is different)
  • Rear Metal Shield Plate (under Analog card)
  • Insulation Paper
  • Bottom Shield (Drive 2 is different)
  • Ground Cable
  • *Mechanical Assy for parts. This is a non functional drive – usually because of alignment issues, but includes things such as the head assy, upper & lower stepper motors, belt, motor speed control board, lower clamp/rotational spindle, disk rails, advance spring, disk load clip & torsion spring among others. Contact me if you would like a specific item off of this assembly.
  • *Complete working drive assembly for drive 2 only! Complete inside upper & lower shields, w/sub-bezel and door, plug and play. Drive 2 has no analog board thus has longer wires and different shields than drive 1.

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Apple Foot, Gray Rectangular Feet

Apple IIGS, Apple IIc Plus, Apple 3.5 Drive, Macintosh IIsi, IIvx

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These feet are used on the Apple IIGS, IIc Plus, 3.5 Drive, Color Monitor IIc, AppleColor Composite Monitor, Macintosh IIsi, IIvx, Universal Monitor Stand (M0403) and possibly other Apple products.

Note: They are NOT the same as the AppleColor High-Resolution RGB Monitor (Mac) nor the AppleColor RGB Monitor (IIGS).

Used feet are sold individually only. The feet will need some kind of contact or spray adhesive to attach.

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Apple I/O Controller or Apple 5.25 Drive Controller Card

This is the card used to control the Apple 5.25 Drive, UniDisk and DuoDisk 5 1/4″drives.

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Apple 820-5003-A, Stamped on card 655-0101- One in picture is a Rev. C

External 19 pin D (DB-19) connector. Connector cable included.

Used in Apple ][, ][ Plus & //e. Connect two drives to this card by daisy chaining them together!

Later revisions renamed this card to Apple 5.25 Drive Controller, the numbers remain the same, and you may receive either one depending on availability.

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Apple II 5.25 Disk Drives Other Mfr

Mitac, AE, Meiji

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These disk drives are half the height of the Disk II drives and 2/3 the height of the Unidisk or Apple 5.25 Drive. Manufactured by third party vendors for use on the Apple II series of computers.

All are clean and have all their feet. They have been tested to Format, Read and Write. Speed has been checked and adjusted if necessary. All have the standard DB-19 connector for the Apple I/O or 5.25 Drive interface cards.

None of these drives have a pass through so cannot be daisy chained other than perhaps as the last drive in the chain. Please do your own research. There may be an interface card for the AE (Applied Engineering) drives that will let you use two of them from the same card, I am keeping my eyes open for it.

Select below from the following:

A) Meiji FD-103. Disk lock lever on left. Medium to Severe discoloration, especially on left side.

B) Mitac AD-3C.Disk lock lever on right. Nice!

C) Mitac AD-3C.Disk lock lever on right. Plastic faceplate and lever have severe discoloration.

D) AE 5.25″ Half-Height Disk Drive (3Q 1989). Disk lock lever on right. Looks the same as E. User label of 2

E) Sold AE 5.25″ Half-Height Disk Drive (2Q 1990). Disk lock lever on right. Looks the same as D. User label of 2

F) Sold AE 5.25″ Half-Height Disk Drive (1Q 1992). Disk lock lever on left. Looks the same as G.

G) AE 5.25″ Half-Height Disk Drive (3Q 1990). Disk lock lever on left. Looks the same as F. Seems to read fine, but will not format nor write – gives a write-protected error. Sold As-is.

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Apple II 80-Column Text Card Manual

For //e only

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Apple II 80-Column Text Card Manual, Apple # 030-0408-A, 030-1200-A. As part of the package, there is also included the Errata to the Apple II 80-Column Text Card Manual, Apple #031-0408-A

Manuals appear to be identical, but published in different countries. The manual you receive may any of these.

This 72 page manual covers how to install and activate as well as how to use it with your operating system – Pascal, CP/M and BASIC. For use with the Apple IIe 80-Column Text Card, # 820-0065-A.

Available with or without Apple 80-Column Text Card purchase. Note that the Cards are all used, but there are manuals in various conditions, including New.

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Apple II Extended 80-Column Text Card Supplement

For //e only

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First there was the Apple II 80-Column Text Card, then Apple added 64K to it and called it the Apple II Extended 80-Column Text Card or AIIE 80COL/64K Memory Expansion (#820-0067-B).

Apple II Extended 80-Column Text Card Supplement Apple #031-0496-A or 030-1202-A. Manuals appear to be identical, but published in different countries. The manual you receive may any of these.

This 59 page manual covers how to use the extra memory for more features, storage or as a developer. Used in conjunction with the Apple II 80-Column Text Card Manual.

Supplement available with or without the 80-Column/64K card purchase, and/or the Apple II 80-Column Text Card Manual in matching condition.

Also pictured are the two versions of the jumper block instructions that came with the card. I only have a couple of these, so will include one only with the purchase of all three items, Extended 80-Column Card, Supplement and Manual.

These manuals are in Very Good to Like New condition.

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Apple II Foot Feet (Black)

II, II Plus, IIe, Unidisk, DuoDisk, Disk II, Monitor II

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These feet are used on the Apple II, II Plus, IIe, Unidisk, DuoDisk, Disk II, Monitor II, and possibly other Apple II peripherals.
New feet are sold as a set of 4 or individually. Used feet are sold individually only. The used feet will need some kind of contact or spray adhesive to attach. New feet have an adhesive backing.

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Apple II Joystick

Several Joystick flavors, all tested and working.

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For Apple II, II+, IIe, IIc, IIc Plus and IIGS computers

Select below:

A: “Analog Plus”, picture 2.

B: Apple, first picture. The one with gray buttons does have some silver paint on it.

C: “CH”, third picture.

D: “SunCom”, last picture

E: “CH”, third picture. Same as C, but has more “play” (area with no centering effect)

Color of joystick buttons and handles may vary.

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Apple II Monitor Cable (Video Out Port or RCA Type)

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Mono RCA type cable M/M

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This cable is used to connect your Apple ][, ][+, //e, //c, IIGS or any computer with a female RCA monitor port to a monitor (usually monochrome, but this cable is also for the color composite) with a female RCA port. A male RCA jack is on each end of the cable.

The genuine Apple cables if in stock are 3′ long and part number may be either 590-0198-B or 590-0539-A. All others are generic RCA cables.

Quantities are getting low, so there is a limit of one cable per customer.

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Apple II Plus Complete System (205477)

Complete System from the original owner!

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In 1979, Apple offered the Apple II Plus which featured Applesoft in ROM, so it didn’t have to be loaded from cassette or disk along with more RAM and some other enhancements over the Apple ][. While the brand new Disk II drive was available at almost $500 each, Apple still did not have a monitor (televisions or 3rd party monitors were used) nor a printer. The ][ Plus owners that didn’t want to use a television as a display, looked to other manufactures including Zenith for a solution. There was very little to no commercial software available, so you had to write your own. Then you joined a User Group to trade software and a library was formed.

Hardware.

  • Apple ][ Plus 48K
  • Disc ][ interface card
  • Parallel printer card (Tymac)
  • Ramboard (Con Comp)
  • 2 – Disk ][ Drives
  • Epson MX-80 dot matrix printer
  • Zenith 80 column monochrome monitor
  • TG Products joystick (2)
  • Power, monitor and printer cables

While all of the hardware is from the original owner, over time, software gets lost or goes bad, and who knows what happens to the manuals. In addition to the Zenith Operating Guide and Epson MX-80 User’s Manual, I have put together the most manuals and supplements I may ever have for the Apple ][ Plus:

  • Apple ][ Reference Manual
  • Addendum to the Apple ][ Reference Manual
  • Of Vital Importance To Apple ][ Plus Owners
  • The Applesoft Tutorial
  • Applesoft ][ Basic Programming Manual
  • The DOS Manual
  • Disk II Installation Manual (not pictured.
  • Installation Instructions for the Disk II cable

A floppy disk holders contains about 50 disks including an original DOS 3.3 System Master and DOS 3.3 Basics. There are some games and miscellaneous programs, new blank disks, and many “library disks” of the era which all have multiple programs on them – one is a printer disk for the MX-80. Note that I have not tested every disk, so there may be a bad one or one that will not run on the ][ Plus.

Cosmetically everything is in excellent condition, there are only a couple of minor scuffs that I have seen on any of the hardware. The joystick does not work. I am including a second one that has had the pins bent, so they both need repair. The printer has some sun discoloration on the back. Some of the manuals are embossed with a previous owner’s name.

This system will ship in at least 3 boxes totaling about 75 pounds. Please contact me for a shipping quote or questions.

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Apple II Plus with Disk II Drive

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Very nice Apple ][ Plus!

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Apple ][ Plus, II Plus or ][+, 48K model A2S1048. With the 16K on the Indigo Ram Board, it really has 64K! Additional features include an 820-0044-C RFI motherboard or mainboard, a Grappler Plus printer interface card and a Disk ][ interface card. Also nestled inside the case is an untested SUP ‘R’ MOD II TV interface unit.

This ][+ just came in from the original owner who has had it stored for about 20 years. The manuals, disks and cables still hadn’t turned up by the time he sold his house. I was going to offer it as a complete system (with cables), but the Zenith monitor quit working as I turned it on for the photos. What’s left is the Apple ][+ with cards, and the Disk ][ Drive. The pristine Epson FX-80 is for sale separately.

Condition of this Apple ][ Plus is excellent. Minor flaws include: very small scuffs or wear marks on either side of the keyboard, a couple of minor scratches, one screw is missing from the bottom, the black fasteners at the back of the lid are no longer attached on one side or the other, but all 4 pieces are present. The speaker may have been replaced, as one wire is twisted together. The Disk ][ Drive is pristine, it looks like it just came out of the box! It will ship with a non original System Master DOS 3.3 disk.

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Apple II Series Internal Speaker

II, II Plus, IIe, IIGS

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Internal Speaker for the Apple II, II Plus, IIe, IIGS. Approx 2 – 1/4″ in diameter, this speaker will work for many different computers

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Apple II+ IIe Power Supply

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Switching

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This Power Supply will work in the Apple ][ Plus and //e. With some modifications, I understand it will also work in the ][. Apple part numbers include 699-0133, 699-0136, 606-5001, 605-5703, 825-0510-A and others as I come across them. Power supplies may be made by Astec or Dyna Comp. They may be gold / bronze as pictured or silver and may have ventilation holes. The Power Supply that you receive may be any of the above.

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Apple II, II Plus, IIe Monitor Stand

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For use with an Apple III monitor

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This stand, Apple 815-0540, is used to go between the monitor and Apple II, II+ or IIe computer. Designed originally to support a Monitor III with the IIe, it also works great and is added protection when using a color monitor.

*** Stand pictured is for illustration only and shown with a smaller Monitor II which was designed to fit perfectly on a IIe – no stand needed. ***

Stands may or may not have scuffs, scrapes and some or no feet and some discoloration – all are beige, not platinum

Stand only, Apple //e and monitor pictured are not included.

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Apple IIc

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A2S4000 – A2S4100

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The Apple IIc, Model A2S4000 is the compact Apple II. The only true portable computer in the Apple II Family and the very first portable model from Apple. Introduced in 1984, this computer was not only portable, but aimed at first time users with it’s true plug and play usability. With no user interface slots and the only Apple II with a built in 5 1/4″ disk drive, all it needed was an external power adapter and a monitor to be up and running. The equivalent of five slot cards were built in to the Apple IIc motherboard. An Extended 80 Column Card, two Apple Super Serial Cards, a Mouse Card, and a disk drive controller card. This meant the Apple IIc had 128 KB RAM, 80-column text, and Double-Hi-Resolution graphics built-in and available right out of the box. All you had to do is plug in the printer, mouse or other accessory without worrying about an interface card.

The Snow White coloring scheme was only used on this model in addition to the the brand new ImageWriter II and other IIc specific accessories. It came with a beige keyboard, disk drive door and volume control.

In 1986, the Model number changed to A2S4100, and it got a new motherboard (ROM 3) and keyboard. You could continue to get (different) beige color keycaps, door and volume, or the new platinum color like the IIGS was introduced with. The case remained Snow White.

There are a total of 4 different ROMs plus a serial port timing fix.

  • ROM 255 – the original. A serial port timing fix was available for affected machines
  • ROM 0 – added Unidisk 3.5 support among other things and was a ROM chip swap plus a motherboard modification.
  • ROM 3 – added a memory expansion socket and a redesigned motherboard. This came with the new keyboard in 1986.
  • ROM 4 – a ROM update to fix the memory expansion bugs in the ROM 3 motherboard.

Select below. All are clean and tested to work and have all their feet. Expect minor scratches and scuffs, anything major will be noted. Coloring is in comparison to similar computers, monitors and other accessories on hand. All come with ProDOS and DOS 3.3 disks.

***While the photos are representative only, all of this batch is in the above pictures***

A) A2S4100, SN F6473CP. ROM 3. Platinum, Light to medium discoloration. “80/40” and “disk use” printing on cover partially unreadable.

B) A2S4000, SN D440L97. ROM 0. Beige. Light to medium discoloration especially on right side.

C) Sold A2S4100, SN E7211CY. ROM 3. Platinum. Nice.

D) A2S4100, SN E7330BP. ROM 3. Platinum. Nice. Quark shortcut strip above keyboard.

E) A2S4000, SN F5444CC. ROM 255. Beige. Nice.

***All sold WITHOUT power adapters. There are a limited number of good, working external power adapters or “bricks” for these, so they are being sold separately here.

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Apple IIc & IIGS Logo Emblem

Rainbow Apple

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Apple Logo to fit the IIc and IIGS case. There may be other applications, this will be updated accordingly.

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Apple IIc AC Power Adapter

A2M4017, A2M4120

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Apple A2M4017, A2M4120. AC Power Pack for the Apple IIc (110v). Called by many names, this external brick, power adapter or power supply is only used on the IIc (Models A2S4000 and A2S4100). Available with either beige or platinum cables to match the flavor of your IIc.

There are a very limited number of good, working external power supplies or “bricks” available for the IIc, so they are ONLY available with purchase of a IIc from this site.

*You may also choose a non working power supply for just the 3 lbs shipping cost (with IIc purchase). If you are adventurous, they have to be opened with a saw to be repaired. Note that many of these bad ones may get you power, but the screen will flash or exhibit portions of the text waving one direction or the other.

There are now places that sell new, third party power supplies for the IIc because many of the original ones no longer work.

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Apple IIc Bag

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Briefcase or carrying bag.

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Made for the IIc, this bag can be used to carry everything you need to make your IIc portable except a monitor. It has an outside pocket for manuals or papers and mesh pockets inside for disks, etc. A 2 part power adapter area keeps it all secure. Of course, a IIc Plus will also fit nicely.

Bag only, computer sold separately.

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