Pardon me fine folks, but I have a question concerning the VC20 for yall in Deutschland. I recently received a VC20 from a retailer out there. The logo-sticker on the top-back-left of the case is deliberately cut in half. It only reads "Commodore". My first thought was to be upset that I had received a cosmetically defective machine. That is still my thought, though it was buffered somewhat by the notion that perhaps this was done deliberately by Commodore when they discovered their flub-up in the original naming of the machine. Maybe I just have an early release of the VC20 in Germany. The bottom serial number sticker is missing, and the keyboard style Does anyone know if my explanation is plausable, or perhaps, true? Are VC20's with cut stickers common or even heard of in Germany, or have I just received a post-consumer butchered machine? Thanks, Bo Zimmerman - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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