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    Post Commodore 64 Exhibit in the works

    It brings me great pleasure to announce that a Commodore 64 Museum exhibit is in the works for the RarityGuide.com Online Museum.

    The Commodore 64 section will feature loads of cool C64 stuff sucn as complete games, floppies, cartridges, cassetes, systems, accessories and more. Cool stuff to bring out nice memories about the Commodore 64

    Also, expect to see more Commodore systems such as the Commodore 128

    If you haven't been to the museum yet, be sure to head over and check it out. Lots of old school video games and other collectibles. Hundreds of photos, and like the rest of RarityGuide.com, it is ever expanding. Also, you can leave your comments, feedback, and critique on each photo and each item so be sure to take advantage of that.

    Also, if there are any items you wish to see there, let us know and we will do our best to get them into the online exhibits. What's special about RarityGuide.com is that we always listen to the community!

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    Default Re: Commodore 64 Exhibit in the works

    Can't wait



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