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tulsamike3434 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 10 01:13:29 CST 2015
On 12/09/2015 05:17 PM, drlegendre . wrote:
> C-64 key / case colors are just a matter of where and when it was produced.
> IIRC the original units had the Orange FN keys, with gray coming later.
> Case colors changed too, not sure when / why - but it might have something
> to do with the C-64C & C-128 models that emerged later in the prod. life.
> If you're not sure what to do with those 64s you picked up, mail me
> off-list.. I need a spare C-64 power supply, and a spare motherboard would
> be useful too..
> On Wed, Dec 9, 2015 at 3:30 PM, Jules Richardson <
> jules.richardson99 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 12/09/2015 10:12 AM, Mike wrote:
>>> Are there any other Commodore 64 users out there?
>> Funny, I just picked up two boxed machines today, along with a 1541, docs,
>> cables, modem, and a VIC-1525 printer. I've not brought everything inside
>> to take a better look at it all yet, although I did notice that one machine
>> has gray function keys and the other orange - I'm not sure if there's any
>> significance attached to that in terms of age (both machines are the
>> breadbox type)
>> I've already got a couple of breadbox C64s (one boxed), a couple of 1541
>> drives, and a monitor (1702?), so I really didn't need two more machines!
>> But I figured that having another 1541 was handy "just in case", and the
>> printer and modem are both kinda cool, and there are some manuals which I
>> didn't have...
I thought the orange was the UK 64's
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