I checked my earliest vic 20 (wg b 0470). The mainboard has assy no 324003 and mainboard serial 004720. //jacob Den 20 aug 2015 19:14 skrev "Oldcomputr" <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > I have a 1001 and an early US VIC 20 with the 1001006 board, I've never > seen by person or on the net a PAL VIC 20 with that board before - besides > that site. > That's why I have the suspect that it was a demo unit... but maybe a few > were sold, I'd like to know if someone else has it. > > Giacomo > www.oldcomputr.com > > > > > On 20 Aug 2015, at 13:35, Jacob <email@example.com> wrote: > > > > 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 today. > > > > //jacob > > > >> Den 20 aug 2015 13:21 skrev "Oldcomputr" <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > >> 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: > >> http://vic20.de/html/vc20_germany_1.html > >> 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 > >> www.oldcomputr.com > >> > >> > >> > >> > >> > >> Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2015-08-20 21:00:44
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