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Australian Commodore 64 (replacement case for the C64)

Commodore 64 Australian (Original Color - not Photoshopped)

The Commodore 64 Australian is an replacement case for the C64.

It’s an C64c look-a-like and was sold in Australia. This replacement case came on the market when Commodore introduced it’s new model, the C64C.


  1. Peter
    February 16th, 2016 at 23:43 | #1

    Neat! I’m an Aussie but have never seen this. I’m guessing it wasn’t endorsed by Commodore, or were Australian dealers selling macihnes like this?

  2. Scotty
    December 3rd, 2016 at 03:18 | #2

    Wow, haven’t seen one of these in years. I didn’t realise they were actually made in SA. I bought one form a local dealer in maybe 1988. I think I paid $30 or $35 for it.
    They wouldn’t have been Commodore endorsed, but marketed to enthusiasts who wanted to make their breadbin look like a 64C, which is exactly what I did.

  3. August 16th, 2017 at 07:43 | #3

    well 20 yrs ago i read in a paper ad that a c64 was for sale.

    when i turn up and see it i got really surprised.

    i’ve now realised that i most likely have the old
    breadbin board with the old sid chip.

  4. Rob
    April 13th, 2018 at 01:18 | #4

    Yes made in South Australia, injection mould made in SA Also as was all the case kits, all done by local people, sold 10′s of thousands locally and all over the world, never needed o be endorse by Commodore, it was the wild west back then, same manufacturer had the licence for dolphin dos in Australia also (along with many other products), about 60% of all made went to Aussie dealer with the rest shipping worldwide.

    It was actually a really good well made product using a unique plastic at the time that we believed would not yellow, the design and engineering that went into this is quite a story also