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That would be Jobs and Wozniak who would go on to found Apple Computer.The two approached Bill Millard and Joe Killian, founder and Chief Engineer respectively of IMSAI, in the late summer of 1976 with their pitch, vision, and plan of supplying a 6502 processor-based computer to the masses. building in Hayward, CA that we had recently occupied.Our part number is 93-3010010 and price is plus shipping.Also, I made another run of the IMSAI 8080 System User Manuals, price is 0 each plus S/H for USPS Priority Mail (International S/H based on destination).There were still some troubling aspects such as designs based on parts that were of limited lifespan, and a very awkward software architecture that lacked an intuitive and user-friendly interface.Howard dropped out as his interests drifted to other projects he was working on, so nothing progressed much beyond 2006. I had planned on sending them to Christie's Auction House in London a couple of years ago for their "Movies and Memorabilia" auction, but as time grew shorter and lack of verifiable security for these irreplaceable items loomed, I decided to cancel.Yes, this is another forgotten anecdote from the early days of IMSAI, then known as IMS Associates, Inc.There was a time many years ago when IMSAI might have been the birthing place for a grand idea of two Steve's who were so poor they could only afford one first name!
In 2002 Howard Harte brought in some exciting concepts that I was able to embody into the classic IMSAI form factor, and we attracted the initial development support from at least one talented individual who mysteriously disappeared just when we had reached a point of viability.At the time I had recently moved to the engineering department and recall one of the early programmers, Al Levy, stating at that time that he felt that the 6502 held great promise for graphical interface support and that it would be a processor worth exploring further.This might have been just after Jobs and Wozniak were shown the door out. Nothing further developed, save for this remembrance.I sent him some photos that I took in 2006 when I provided the props for an AT&T commercial shoot in Playa Del Ray, California in one of Howard Hughes' immense airplane hangers which are now being used for film and commercial shoots. I had a run on demand for the front panel switch escutcheons and have knocked out a fresh batch.Phil has put together a slide show that highlights some of the early hardware used in the filming. These are identical to the original IMSAI 8080 switch escutcheon, and painted with the same charcoal gray textured urethane paint.