Make a Commodore 64 model in minutes for free!

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NEWS – Now is your chance to relive the glory days of personal home computers by making a paper model of the Commodore 64 using Rocky Bergen’s awesome designs. Just print the PDF paper crafts, cut them out, glue or tape them together and you’ll have a tiny replica of my all-time favorite computer. Wow, do I have a lot of fond memories of hunching over a C64 typing out programs in assembly code, and pirating games. Ha! Not a C64 geek? No problem, Rocky has paper models for the Atari 520 ST (another huge fave of mine) and many others. The really cool thing is that Rocky offers these PDFs completely for free. Go visit rockybergen.com to check out all his models. Happy paper crafting!

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  2. I do have my atari 65xl somewhere in my office.
    Just the keyboard cpu unit.
    I don’t think the cables or adapter work.
    I don’t think any tv can take input from it.
    Fond fond memories.
    I once coded the equivalent of a bluescreen of death. Gave my elder brother such a fit of apoplexy.
    Atari basic…… aaaah the memories.

  3. Hi – I too had a Commodore 64 back in the 1980s’ and \i used “Easyscript” (ESC6440) to make and save documents. Now lost in the world of “Apple”, I am wishing I could access those C64 documents and perhaps tranfer them to modern disks. Is there anyone who could do this for me (at an affordable cost)? One particular document would make an old man very happy! Please contact me ([email protected]@icloud.com) if you can help.

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