One of the very few development systems created by Commodore long before actual production began is now available on Ebay. It is complete with power supply and cord for the keyboard. It seems to be complete with ROM and RAM and a 3,5″ diskette drive and the plugs are properly marked with small labels. The cabinet itself is made of thick steel plating and is very robust and quite heavy. The keyboard enclosure is made of wood and painted black. The keyboard is complete but – as the rest of the system – is untested. This is an unique opportunity to own a piece of important home computing history, and something produced by hand in only very few samples.

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