The area over the posts in the front of the motorcycle garage has this neat little alcove that I thought would be a great place to display my computer museum. I’ve been saving most of the computers that I’ve used since the early 80s. First in line is a Commodore 64, followed by the original model of the IBM PC. This one doesn’t even have a hard drive, but it has a port in the back to connect a cassette deck as your backup device. I need to find a Mac 512KE to replace the one that I traded away. That was the third Mac model made, and it was my first Mac. Next to the IBM PC is a Mac II, the first color Macintosh and the first one that was truly expandable. Then comes the Quadra 610 which had a DOS card built into so you could run DOS and Windows programs on it. There’s also a PowerPC 750 up there.
The Union Jack goes way back too, from my high school days when I purchased it to show my support of Monty Python. Now it seems appropriate to be hanging it on the door where the Triumph resides.