I don’t necessarily need the fingers to be gold plated.
Here is the electrical signal pinout:
Here is a typical proto board:
I find this, which describes the physical dimensions:
“The standard Apple II Slot card has 50 contacts, 25 per side, and is up to 2.75” high
(not counting contacts). Contact spacing is 0.10". Length varies. About 0.50" of the length
can extend beyond the contacts toward the back of the computer.
You may be able to find an ‘Apple II prototyping board’ from a surplus parts seller;
however, these boards are no longer a standard item. To get a new board, you will
probably have to get a PC ISA-8 (“PC XT”) Slot board (or an ISA-8/16 Slot board
with the extra contacts trimmed off).
An ISA-8 board has 31 contacts per side spaced the same as an A2 card. From the
edge facing the front of the computer, you will need to count down and trim away 6
contacts (per side). It’s best to use a real A2 board as a guide to determine pin centering
and to decide what to slice off for a good fit in an Apple II Slot. A Dremel tool with a
sand wheel is good for this sort of slicing."
The spacing and depth are the same as the IBM PC ISA slot, (the J1 part of the below referenced picture) the Apple II just has 50 pins instead of 62.
Is that enough to make the part? I greatly appreciate your kind offer of help. I’ve been using Fritzing for breadboard projects for a while but I am just trying to ramp up to building PCBs.