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bunnspecial

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May 3, 2014
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The Woz signature was screen printed onto the case.

This is one of the more complete Woz LE sets I've seen, but I'd still only value it maybe $100-150 over a similar condition/similarly equipped standard IIgs.

There are no red flags to me here. This is a genuine "Woz edition" IIgs-it's just that, like a lot of limited editions, it's not really that "limited."
 

hunter.s

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Jun 23, 2018
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The Woz signature was screen printed onto the case.

This is one of the more complete Woz LE sets I've seen, but I'd still only value it maybe $100-150 over a similar condition/similarly equipped standard IIgs.

There are no red flags to me here. This is a genuine "Woz edition" IIgs-it's just that, like a lot of limited editions, it's not really that "limited."


Yeah, I get that the box was printed on it. But the documents look to be real for a 30 year old document. I was reading and they didn't come with the computer, users had to mail something in after they bought the computer. What's the going rate you think?
 
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