What parts? Most of them should be swapable with those from more avalible 512's and Pluses. Even in that case you're probably better off finding someone with a semiworking system and gutting it out for you.
I'd like original equipment if I can get ahold of some. While it isn't an urgent matter, I just wanted to see if anyone had any sources.
I'm pretty much looking for the entire insides, except the monitor and floppy drive.
As far as gutting goes, that is what happened with the machine. It belonged to a school that bought several working and non-working 512 and 128Ks, rebuilt several into working condition and then gave those to a missionary school in Mexico. What I picked up is the remnants.
I also picked up a 512K that I'm eventually going to turn into a fish tank.
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