Re: Can you identify this 3rd party drive?

From: Marko Mäkelä (
Date: 2007-08-30 11:58:09

On Thu, Aug 30, 2007 at 11:23:40AM +0200, Anders Carlsson wrote:
> Hello,
> Tony in Florida (Sharkonwheels on the Vintage Computer Forum) picked up a 
> lot of Commodore related equipment recently. Among the pile was a somewhat 
> unknown 3rd party floppy drive, manufactured by Commander Electronics 
> Systems Inc, Santa Ana, CA. It seems to go by the model name C-II and hads 
> 6-pin DIN connectors on the side of the case, not on the rear end. Find 
> more information and pictures here.
> Does anyone remember this drive? I browsed among other 3rd party drives, 
> but frankly can't say I recognize it, but then again odd floppy drives 
> never were my forte. We'll see when Tony powers it up, if it works like a 
> 1541 clone.
> Replies to the list or into the forum as you wish (may require registration 
> if you're not already a member like me or Bill Degnan).

The discussion can be viewed without registration, but it is not helpful
without seeing the images.  And I suppose most of us don't want to
register just to see the images.  Can you make them available without


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