-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA256 On 03/09/2015 09:15 PM, Rhialto wrote: > On Wed 04 Mar 2015 at 08:03:54 +0100, John Paul Adrian Glaubitz > wrote: >> Some guy in the US recently stumbled across a pair of original >> C64C case production molds in a warehouse that were about to get >> scrapped. > > Interestingly, if you look at the photos in the updates, > https://d15chbti7ht62o.cloudfront.net/assets/003/396/994/c6166ddad34394f2d5a170a45bf38dc1_large.jpg?1425681429 > > I see that the top and bottom halves are indeed connected with screws. > However, the case I have here has no screws, but squeezy hooks, > which you need to push all three more less at the same time to open > the case. Huh? I'm not even sure whether I have ever seen a C64 case which doesn't have screws. I'd assume the ones with the clips you mentioned to be the ultimate, low-cost design. All C64 I have ever owned so far had three screws at the bottom and clips at the connector's side. Adrian - -- .''`. John Paul Adrian Glaubitz : :' : Debian Developer - firstname.lastname@example.org `. `' Freie Universitaet Berlin - email@example.com `- GPG: 62FF 8A75 84E0 2956 9546 0006 7426 3B37 F5B5 F913 -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1 iQIcBAEBCAAGBQJU/gxfAAoJEHQmOzf1tfkTpewQALLK5v2ZvlYDqiIppHYPo7ef tMYm6Pvfc657vy06YnavamFNGvcpBFXZbTghvV8WyhN41eG4IfFW0pcslr8Xp5Q0 o5+XHuR8Xyz0xjLnUt6nnvuDMszNRm/8m0RbnS2PYWxMnUmNvLDtWaWgNp1Waj0J mqfShOMtncPjdqITLbvoZq6Pyz6HgwUNMloDNADdjtEUKfd8SuA+awGVEjZ6Y2Ie gXvViPMUgo7JXrSK5Udlh8tO5bwv2QdbAu7IsFLvFKkFmhohwJnoS7VQqkSmDQ0z Q/FI21Q4febDsF2B3rgVLWwvcmIddBCTJZEg4YE8+UKiR0gHxKdxtADtGI3ocY9C M/iZIIAjygjxW4DSuekhCkhcvY2ii7I74wH0jlqphf7TMTD9pv8qwd/pxn1PB5Ai 2y7/NWI3djQc+qrfjVBiuPEFuCSErn+7kO9c/6ZqwEysm0DZ7P65zoMolVhkZ+F6 KalLuw1R6BvJyJuUsc0qERujxIp8Cqe7nJnJ9k3J863Uj2jwAAgWirj0qkNyunzS UCCwB1ZY5EBQVt/qv8jT/IKm4ondDjDPZWr51Lp3cyVksPRxQe+uasnIptNfjlox A+ahtedJiwTFOxpJcOBtL/cggj0HJD3V7XOeawkgQa2j7ccUk8pYY8DlKoyGm7j7 tFRimnBScoEII90I+YNR =BWk9 -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2015-03-09 22:00:05
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