Mediaman2000 Vision shared on Thingiverse:
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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