The Mac Plus together with its 20MB external hard disk
The Mac Plus and its wizkid grandson
Original Mac Plus Hebrew keyboard.
Open, and without the motherboard
The motherboard. A bit grimy, but working perfectly. Still has its original 1MB of RAM.
The floppy drive after I cleaned it up. Unfortunately it crunched its ejection motor gears and had to be replaced.
The floppy drive eject motor.
Inside the eject motor - a defunct cog wheel.
The analogue board.
A closeup of part of the analogue board.
The System 4.1 Hebrew Finder.
The Control Panel in Hebrew.
Keycaps in Hebrew.
Welcome to Macintosh, or more literally "Macintosh at your service".
This is the crazy setup I use for getting files onto the Mac Plus. The Plus boots from the zip drive (perched on top). The big screen and second keyboard and mouse are connected to a Quadra 650, which is under the desk. The Quadra is connected to the Internet via the wireless router at top right. I download files to the Quadra, using Netscape Communicator or iCab, and then transfer them to the Mac Plus using diskettes. If there are a log of files, I can connect the Zip drive to the Quadra.