My first experience with the Commodore 64 was at a friends house in late 1984. We played Parker Brothers: Montezuma’s Revenge over and over again as we could not get past the 5th stage. I got my own machine in 1985. I was 9 years old at the time. It was the Breadbox model. I remember spending countless hours retyping BASIC programs from books that I got from the library. We even made a little cartoon animation of our 6th grade Phys Ed teacher that we dreaded. In Junior High I made my physics reports on it using a Final Cartridge III Cartridge and a 9 pin printer. This was in the early 90’s. Unfortunately, I sold my machine when I reached high school and have regretted it ever since!
I guess that is why I feel that the only true Commodore 64 is the Breadbox model.
This is the list of motherboards which can be found in the Commodore 64 Breadbox case model. Active links are machines that I have in my collection…
Prototype Boards (1982)
Prototype without an Assy No.
Assy 326298 Rev. 6
Version A (1982)
Assy 326298 Rev. A
Assy 326298 Rev. B
Assy 326298 Rev. C
Version B-2 (1985)(this board may also be found in a C64C case)
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