Commodore C64 RetroPie


Mediaman2000 Vision shared on Thingiverse:

Commodore C64 RetroPie

Hi Folks,

this is our archievement to all the RetroPie fans out there.
We created replacement plates and mounts to replace the old inner goods from an old C64 with a Raspberry Pi. Feel free to build your own RetroPie C64 and please share the results here in Thingiverse.

Some more pictures and explanations (in German) here: http://maximilian-roth.de/?p=2347
The Keyrah-V2 Board can be found here: https://icomp.de/shop-icomp/de/shop/product/keyrah-v2.html



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