Started working on an Epson Equity II+ 286 build / restoration project.
This is particularly nostalgic for me since this was the make and model of our first family computer. I acquired a pair of machines with the intent of making a single, cosmetically decent and reasonably tricked out machine. Finding them with intact keyboard doors was challenging; it's a commonly missing part. Fortunately I was able to find at least one in quite good shape.
Insides were good on both machines. No battery leakage or other corrosion from what I could tell.
Video cards includes a Hercules graphics adapter in one, and a VGA card in the other. Not familiar with this particular VGA card. It's branded as "Amazing", but searching for "Amazing VGA" didn't exactly find useful results.
I'm also hoping to install as many era-specific sound cards as I can. I'd like to install all four of the Roland LAPC-I, Adlib, GameBlaster and IBM Music Feature card in these. But given the limitation of only 6 slots, that may be optimistic.
They both have socketed 12 MHz 286 processors. Since I'll have a spare left over, I may transplant it into a Tandy TL to upgrade its speed.