Okay, I see now. Yes, $300 is a little cheap for the US, but not outrageously so. I paid $500 for a fully-complete with all original parts 128K a couple years ago, from its original owner.$300 for a complete 128k?!!!!
They go for 2000 or more here in Europe! I had to settle for an aesthetically identical 512Ke.
Actually, the listing is ambiguous to whether the original board is present or not, as elsewhere in the listing it mentions "both" and "digital board" which I've got to presume the seller is calling the motherboard the "digital" board, which I see could be a logical deduction if the other board is called the "analog" board.Actually I didn't read that it had a Plus logic board! Now that price makes sense, apologies!