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As per the title and pictures below, folks, a sick-looking C64C in dirty, yellow, working condition.

Peculiarly, there's a collection of wires tied up together but sticking out one of the rear ports - don;t ask me what they are for - a mystery to me too but the machine still functions as intended.

Note: no box, polys, PSU or other leads.

Looking for £20 including p&p UK.
Overseas £15 plus your shipping costs - PM for details, please.

Paypal gift will do fine, so please PM if you're serious/interested.

That's about it - do drop me a line for more info and thanks for looking.

NB: *** I've OTHER COMMODORE ITEMS FOR SALE TOO - will definitely combine postage on multi-purchases ***

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Many thanks for the interest shown, guys.

At the moment, Demolition has PMd me with 2-3 questions which I am getting back to him on.

Will update you all a little later, today.

Cheers,
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Is there in internal sd2iec ? That's what the wires look like
 

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Is there in internal sd2iec ? That's what the wires look like

Look carefully at the cartridge port - there's what looks like an SD card slot above the cartridge edge connector.
 
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I seen that but thought it was the silver cardboard motherboard covering.
 

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Chaps,
I've removed the lower 3 screws and lifted the keyboard to see if I can get some better shots of the interior of the (dust filled) machine.
I think Sardine's probably correct in that the silver card motherboard covering has bent a bit with time/heat and maybe that is what you thought could be the SD hardware.
As it stands, this mystery cable continues to remain that as it feeds underneath the motherboard and I'm a tad reluctant to pry any further into the bowels of the brute in case I damage something/make it worthless/lose a sale to demolition.
He has PMd me a couple of questions so I'm going to get back to him now.
Once more, many thanks for your interest, fellas.
I will update the post with a couple of extra pics shortly - see what you think.
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Payment received - parcel booked in for collection by courier tomorrow (27 July).
Cheers, demolition.
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Demolition has now received the goods, mods - please close - everything good - relevant feedback being left.
Best wishes.
 
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