MC68008 Cards for the Apple II Now on Sale

Atsushi Ushiroda, a long time member of the FApple2 group in Japan is now selling a batch of the MC68008 co-processor cards for the Apple II. The cards are available directly from Ushiroda at a price of $100 USD which includes international shipping.

The 68008 while not extensively made or sold in the 1980’s does have a following within the community. A number of hobbyists over the years have used them including Bob Sander-Cederlof. His cross assembler is one of the primary programming tool used in 68008 programming on the Apple II.

The MC68008 card in operation

For more information or to order the MC68008 cards, go to the Nanja.Info page on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/206406866800510/permalink/394620904645771/?sale_post_id=394620904645771

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