This is a “raw asset picture dump” post. It is a fairly un-annotated dump of pictures taken while archiving a vintage asset. Click any picture for the full-resolution version. The title indicates the asset catalog number.
Raw notes for this asset: “Disassembled; scrubbed keycaps and case in dish soap, PCB in IPA, derust springs in vinegar and IPA dewater. Internal excellent condition. Exterior case sticker residue and yellowing. Fuse blown; replaced (cannibalized from P724755), Lshift, RUN/STOP, C= keys need pads cleaned (drenched with IPA, seem to be working)”
This is a Commodore VIC-20 with the newer C64 keyboard, older 9VAC 2-prong input, and the “solid clip” style case mold (note close-up of top half of casing). It originated in my NYC collection, and has been stored in uncontrolled Florida garage conditions from 12/30/2011 through its catalog date of 10/06/2018. It is fully functional.