Looks sweet and in good shape. Amazing how complicated it was. Modern machines just have a motherboard with a HD attached to them.
Colin: Components weren’t nearly as miniaturized or integrated back then, so you had to put a LOT of stuff into the box. I think most of those chips are RAM, as the chips that were available were only 16–32K each. The Lisa supported a maximum of 2 MB—probably less than the code for the single webpage you’re reading now. :?)
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