17,827 Euro for a Commodore 65 on Ebay

The Commodore 65 was a prototype computer produced by Commodore between 1990 and 1991 to be an improved Commodore 64. I’ve hardly ever come across it online and never heard of it back in the day, but when Commodore was liquidated they sold the prototype machines. If you have one and are willing to part with it you could be in for a nice surprise!

c65 on ebay

This one on Ebay went for €17,827 last month. It’s not as if much can be done with it as it was never official released but I guess you can run it in C64 mode.

Anyone got one or played with one? (via)


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2 thoughts on “17,827 Euro for a Commodore 65 on Ebay”


    1. Don’t joke! The Russians have probably built it. There were all sorts of weird z80 machines being built behind the iron curtain and there was a thriving demoscene on “sort of compatible” ZX machines! :)

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