Re: First VIC 20 European motherboard

From: Jacob <>
Date: Thu, 20 Aug 2015 13:35:57 +0200
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Hello! And welcome.

This looks like a vic1001 mainboard that's missing the top heat sink. The
fact that it says "made in japan" on the board makes me think that the
first european vic 20s may have had their boards imported frome japan.

I have a vic 20 with a low serial number that i can open up and check later

Den 20 aug 2015 13:21 skrev "Oldcomputr" <>:

> Hi all, this is my first message on the cbm-hackers list, so I will
> introduce myself .-)
> I've been collecting old computers and peripherals since 1994; I love
> stuff from the 70s or 80s, mostly Commodore and Apple but I'm interested in
> everything from the dawn of the home computer era. I have a few consoles
> and games, too.
> I am trying to figure out the motherboard model of the first PAL VIC20s
> sold in Europe.
> I thought that it was the 324003 board (fab. no. 324002-02, while the -01
> was ntsc) but I found this:
> that shows a PAL 1001006 board.
> It misses the label and the serial number, so it might be some prototype
> or demo unit... or not?
> Do you have - or are you aware of - any PAL VIC20 with that board?
> Thanks,
> Giacomo
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