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Diary blog of ramblings and adventures in collecting and reliving childhood memories.
Just my own little place on the web about my hobby. Stories about selling, repairs, buying and the people behind that. Reporting from the Netherlands, and started collecting again way too late.
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Tag Archives: Commodore 64
Hopefully it will be a cold, dark and quiet winter…there are some projects waiting…. Hits: 42
27/8/2018, marktplaats, 55 euro, the C64 will function as donorboard for the Compucase 64d. The Robtek and Radarsoft caught my eye..will add those to my collection, pick up tomorrow Hits: 135
20/6/2018 Drove up to Geleen today, that’s almost a two hour drive..Commodore madness. Anyway, seller used to have a lot of Commodore stuff..sold most of it last year, including a silver. Buyer offered 50 euro for that one, just to … Continue reading
6/16/2018 Nice set from Marktplaats for 60 euro’s. I got it primarily for that Cat & Korsh cartridge. Some games included and these are a keeper as well. The 64 is working, late 250407 board, but the keyboard is missing … Continue reading
10/03/2018 Picked up a set last week in Musselkanaal, a two hour drive but worth it. One of the two Commodore was broken, someone managed to get two fuses in the fusebox, one of the fuses had the glas broken. … Continue reading
28/02/2018 Will take a look next Monday, seller from my hometown. If tested ok, and if it indeed looks in a very good state I will buy the lot. Hits: 29
27/02/2018 This one was still open for auction. Highest offer was 150, seller asked 200. I send him an e-mail a few weeks back to ask if he was willing to sell the Commodore Sound Expander separately, with no success. … Continue reading
Couldn’t resist. Offered 85, we’ll see if I will be adding this on to the collection! Hits: 106
28/01/2018 Kinda annoyed. Opened the C64. Led replaced with a new one, lots of glue, PLA replaced with an eprom or alternative one, everything heatsinked in a bad way. But definitely not an Aldi, did some reading over what to … Continue reading