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Commodore Full System FUN!

by on Nov.08, 2015, under Commodore 64

I have put up for auction an original complete Commodore 64 Computer system in excellent working condition!
The Commodore 64 itself comes with its original box!

It will be up for auction at 9PM Eastern Standard Time, 6PM Pacific on Sunday, 8th November, 2015!

Keep checking my Auction Page for details!

Take a walk into Retro-land with this fantastic piece of history!

Commodore 64 Full System bonanza auction!

Commodore 64 Full System bonanza auction!

A must have for the budding retro enthusiast, collectors or just because you can for the holiday season!

I have put together this system from various sources and have used it for quite a while now.
On closer inspection of the photographs, you will note that there is slight signs of discoloration and some very small cosmetic defects through age.
All in all, not bad at all for a system that is over 30 years old!

This Commodore 64 comes with an 8-pin DIN socket for connecting to a TV/Monitor. I have supplied a compatible 5-pin DIN phono cable (TV only) and an 8-pin DIN MONITOR ONLY cable (if you have a compatible Commodore monitor).
I have also replaced the rubber feet on the Commodore 64.

The keyboard works very well ( no standing on the keys to get it to type… :) ).
The Commodore 1541 Floppy Drive has been tested and works. Some of the cables are almost brand new.
The Atari 2600 joystick is new old stock, coming in its original box. It is fully compatible with the Commodore 64.

What You Get:

  • The Commodore 64 Computer
  • The original box for the Commodore 64
  • Power supply for the Commodore 64
  • 5-pin DIN to RCA/phono cable for connecting to a TV
  • 8-pin DIN to RCA/Phono cable for connecting to a compatible Commodore monitor
  • The Commodore 1541 Floppy Disk Drive
  • A Commodore serial cable for connecting the Floppy Drive to the Commodore 64
  • Power cable for the 1541 Floppy Disk Drive
  • An Atari 2600 new old stock joystick in original box (fully Commodore 64 compatible)
  • The Commodore 64 User Guide
  • A blank, unformatted 5.25 Floppy Disk (for saving your programs to!)
  • A floppy disk containing the game “F-15 Strike Eagle”!

For alternative forms of storage I HIGHLY RECOMMEND the SD2IEC drive emulator, which uses a modern day SD card for storage!
Search eBay for “Commodore 64/128 1541 Disk Drive Emulation SD2IEC SD Card Reader” (I bought one and I am totally impressed!)

Also, there is a bunch of public domain software for the Commodore 64!

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