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RobertB 
Pre-show pics of the Pacific Commodore Expo NW!
Posted on 8-Jun-2019 8:54:36
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http://blog.retro-link.com/2019/06/pacommex-2019-pre-show-photos.html

Writing from the Seattle area,
Robert Bernardo
Pacific Commodore Expo NW - http://www.portcommodore.com/pacommex

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hth313 
Re: Pre-show pics of the Pacific Commodore Expo NW!
Posted on 8-Jun-2019 17:36:33
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@RobertB

Thanks for sharing!

How do you make a black breadbin 64? Will there be videos of the presentations later? I cannot attend but would like to listen to it...

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Re: Pre-show pics of the Pacific Commodore Expo NW!
Posted on 9-Jun-2019 4:31:43
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hth313 wrote:
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How do you make a black breadbin 64?

The C64 originally came from a company called JSP USA in South San Francisco. The company ca.lled it a C64GS, but it was really a C64 painted black and with a 1982 motherboard with 2 extra, barrel capacitors added (making it not a real C64GS). When I was looking for a case for the Ultimate 64, I decided on the JSP model, because it was already painted black. However, paint needed a lot of touching up. I decided to use the Tamiya model paint for plastics in semi-gloss black -

https://www.tamiyausa.com/shop/spray-ts-plastics/ts-29-semi-gloss-black/

The final result came out quite well.
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Will there be videos of the presentations later?

Yes!

Tired after the first day of PaCommEx,
Robert Bernardo
Pacific Commodore Expo NW - http://www.portcommodore.com/pacommex

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