Hallo allemaal, I made an inventory on all the C64's and VIC-20's I had. In genearl I have three types of "Brotkasten" and one (AFAIK) flatmodel. The three can be sepperated in two brownish ones and a white one. The brownish ones can be sepperated in a type with three pairs of small hooks and a type with three broad hooks. With these hooks I mean the hooks on the inside at the back of the C64 to close it. First column : manufactured in D (West-Germany) or UK Second column: Small or Broad hooks Third column : board (and revision) Fourth column: serial number D S 250407A C34622 UK S 250407B B631630 UK B 250407B B489649 D S 250407B C66563 D B 250407C C253131 D S 250407C C49637 UK B 250407C B797207 UK B 250425 B1820878 Metal + paper cover UK B 250425 B1378020 UK S 250425 B1447846 D S 250425 C203713 D B 250469 174685 White brotkasten, board incl. 2114 I only have two flat C64's I never favoured the flat models because A) you could build expansions in it and B) the new boards were not repair-friendly. But at those days I didn't know I was going to collect all type of C='s ever produced :( I always thougt there were only two types of VIC-20's but I found at least three in my collection. The main differences are the powerplugs. The first one has a two-pin plug, pins are sepperated by a small plastic piece. The second one has a two-pin plug as well but the pins are smaller, closer to each other and not sepperated. The third one has a seven-pin DIN-connector where you can plug in the C64 PS. The above "at least" has to do with the cases (also small and broad hooks) and the four different types of keyboards I found. The first one has the cables attached to middle of the above side of the KB, the second one is like the first one but has edge-connectors as well, the third one has the cables attached on the rigth side of the board and the fourth one has the cables attached in the middle under the keys. UK 2-pin S S 381620 black F-keys type 4 KB D 2-pin B S 34685 brown type 4 KB UK 2-pin B B 24491 brown type 2 KB UK 7-pin B 336181 brown type 3 KB UK 7-pin B 413949 black type 1 KB I cannot garantuee that all computers are original. Personally I have my doubts about the UK C64 with the metal cover as this could be one of a flat model. If anybody has questions, please ask. Groetjes, Ruud - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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