Denty xxx

Posted by / 28-Sep-2020 23:54

Denty xxx

Got it from a local "junk shop" around 2008 or 2009.

I guess they imported it from a German garbage deposit.

All '82 chips, MPU 19'82, SID 22'82, variable resistor fitted to R10. All big ICs are socketed and dated late-1982 or early-1983. Has a heat-sinked voltage regulator next to the joystick ports. 8x ceramic RAM and ceramic VIC-II chips C64 mine from the origins (1983)in near mint conditions. No print, no sticker on the motherboard about the origin of the mobo making.

[email protected] On reverse side of the board: "FAB No. I have original box near mint conditions and original manual on english. TV out Mitsuni , Mos 6569 ceramic (R1 4682), mos 6526 (0283), mos 901225-01 (2182), mos 6510 (2982) , mos 6581 (2282). The rainbow (and power) badge is different from others, no linear engraves on the alphabets, the surface of the "Commodore 64" and "power" text are flat and shiny.

My other 64 that's on this database was made in USA in both places yet still had a P serial number just like this machine.

shipping droped it wich caused the keyboard to brake the 3key post and all and broke case plastics shoving keyboard into the unit. Board serial sticker has numbers 42 thru 46 listed with a /83 at the end with the number 45 circled. I've never powered it up and don't remember where I got it - Maybe from my uncle Joe? I got it off e-bay, thinking it was going to need repair, but everything's working great, even the original PLA. I removed the cardboard shield and installed some proper heatsinks on the important chips.

nearly every standoff or conective post in the plastics is snaped external plastic damige on top case where each post was attaching the keyboard. Purchased at a local Goodwill store in the 90's for 99 cents. Just bought this with original box, manual, some C64 books, and a C2N datasette from an ebay seller.

I do alot of trading for 90% of my systems / games for these commodores and all my other gaming desires.

I will be posting pics of these serials i enter here within the next few months on my facebook page facebook/mnjmetals Was mint before it got shipped to me.

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On the lable on the cartridge port shield are some more informations: C64E P HKC S/N 003788 WW 9 /87/88 The '9' ist written by hand.

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