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: “No cleaning performed except light dust removal on PCB. Power LED bezel loose; rubber feet missing. Sticker on bottom stating PLA+SID replaced 6/18/89 – PLA is generic 82S100. Mainboard chips dated late 1983. One main RAM chip has been replaced and socketed; second sticker residue is likely from this operation. Warrranty sticker was intact from repair. Some keys need extra pressure to register.”
This is a Commodore 64 breadbox edition with color badge and the newer gray F-keys. It was part of my Inglis, FL acquisition of 11/29/2018, and was stored in uncontrolled Florida garage conditions for an indeterminate period before acquisition through its catalog date of 12/19/2018. Although some mechanical issues exist, it is electrically fully functional.