The first SWTPC 6800 in my collection is a bit different from most. The original owner set it up to have a front panel similar to the MITS Altair complete with all of the appropriate lights and switches. Once he had it set up for mass storage (tape via the AC-30 interface) and a terminal (the CT-1024) he disconnected the front panel.
The AC-30 tape interface is complete but hasn't yet been tested.
As part of the transformation(s) the ROMs were pulled from the machine.
This machine was kindly donated, along with several other items, by George Davis.
The second SWTPC 6800 in my collection, pictured at the top of the page, is a more traditional machine. It has been modified some but it retains the basic form of the shipped computer including the normal front panel (inverted button notwithstanding) and case.
The interior of this machine is also fairly standard.
This machine came with a fairly standard processor card.
It also came with an SIO card used to drive a terminal, amongst other things.
The system also came with a single 8K memory card.
This machine was kindly donated by Ed Fair.