Including two boxes of software (sold voor 30 euro), a 1988 PC game on 5 1/4 disk (King’s Quest IV, sold for 30 euro) and a C64 needing some tlc and a working 1541 drive. So, I guess the very nice 1701 have costs around 50 euro after selling of the commodore.
With some luck and quick response i snatched an australian C64 from Marktplaats. 35 including shippinh but with the black screen of death. Indeed as death as it could be. Sid en VIC from a 64c were placed in the 250425 Assy. Removed the board, will replace intime with another working 250425 with the correct chipset.
These blue boxed 1541-II drives were primarily sold in France…but this one is with UK and Dutch manuals. It might be sold overhere in Holland as well, who knows! So included in the collection. Pick up with a working C64c (early model, with the older breadbin assy). Forgot what i paid for this one. The C64c will be on auction again.
Well, if you are collecting C64…should this ugly babe get access to the collection or not? Since I’ve got a C64 mini as well, than the Web-it should have it’s (or some sort of) place in the collection, With thanks to Marco.
Alexander from the UK, living in Den Haag. His girlfriend worked at the international school and was offered another job far…far away. So he was selling his own childhood commodore. Box not in minit condition, but joystick and cartridge are there. Paid 120 euro. Joystick is ugly and cheap 🙂
Keyboard a bit yellowed, but the C64C fully working, although with an UK plug ofcourse.
I was lucky a few days ago: a full boxed set was offered with to extra boxes with books and hardware goodies. Contacted Harry Jan from Boxmeer after offering 60 euro, and to my surprise he agreed on the price. Well, ok! Drove up to Boxmeer to pick up the lot, including a lot of boxes with software.
Besides the boxed 1352 mouse, boxed 1541-II drive and boxed 64c, which are all in working order (and will definetly make up for the 60 euro’s spend) the following was included:
Turbo-corder, one of the many low priced datarecorders on the German market.
Magic Disk 64, German disk magazin, about 15, quit a lot not opened at all.
LCN Logo cartridge and manual, Dutch Logo User Group from Nijmegen (you can find some info on LCN in Commodore Info Year 3 Number 2, 1986).
Geo-ram, boxed and complete with manuals from Rex. It’s clone/copy of the Berkeley Softworks, released by Rex Datentechnik (nr. 1674).