Introduced in 1979, the Apple ][ Plus was Apple's third machine released, after the Apple I and Apple ][. The Plus was virtually identical to the standard Apple ][ model, but it had a different ROM monitor and a floating point BASIC.
This particular Apple ][ Plus has two floppy drives, a joystick, an 80 column card, printer card and that strange keypad that you see in the picture. I honestly have no idea what that item is, so if there are any hints out there I'm hoping for some information.
I also have a full set of manuals for this machine, as well as a couple of dozen disks full of software.
I've recently added a second Apple ][ Plus to my collection. This one came with its original boxes!
The boxed Apple ][+.
The Apple ][+ box, partly open showing the manuals, cables and some disks (in the box to the left.)
Removing the top packaging shows the machine below in its original bag. There is no doubt that this is a used system, but it's been well kept, as has the packaging.
The disk ][ drives also came with their original boxes, foam and documentation.
The system unit is clean and in excellent shape.
The system, assembled and complete.
The keyboard is a bit stubborn but that can be cleaned and tuned.
The system came complete with a full set of Apple manuals as well as some after-market stuff.
Thank you Jerry Stanley for donating this latter system!