YOU DON'T HAVE BE PRESENT TO WIN!
Tickets are $10 each or three for $20.
185 W. Pilgrim Lane
Clovis, CA 93612
Remember to list prize (separate raffle for each item), your name, and address
Images are not of the actual items
This is a complete Commodore 64 system in a compact 25sh pound rugged case. The SX-64 combines the Commodore 64 computer, 1541 5.25” disk drive, and a 5” COLOR monitor into one sleek-looking case with detachable keyboard. Besides being one of the most sold computers in history, the SX-64 also has the distinction on being the first color portable computer. Originally selling for about $1,000, they are still highly prized by Commodore enthusiasts for being so compact for their time.
The Commodore 1581 disk drive provides a whopping 880K of disk space on a DD 3.5” diskette. Besides the extra capacity for files, the 1581 is also well-supported by GEOS and Wheels GUI OSs, which increases the usability of those programs.
With the proper software, the Commodore 1581 disk drive can also be used to read from and write to IBM DOS-formatted 720K disks.
Plug this puppy into your composite screen and play the 30 classic C64 games or access the hidden Easter eggs. This is a version 1 C64 DTV.
Must be present to win.
For Commodore 64 computers, disk drives, and monitors, these covers come emblazoned with the word, “Commodore”.
Are they floppy disks? No! They're paper notepads disguised as 5 1/4” and 3 1/2” disks. Fool your friends. Created by the talented Larry Anderson.
Have a chance to win U.S. postage stamps with Jeri Ellsworth and the C64 DTV joystick emblazoned on the face of the stamp! Good for first-class envelopes!
For the fifth year in a row, Baysinger Cellars of Lodi, California is donating bottles of red wine as door prizes for CommVEx. This year the wine is called, “Drew's Brew”, in honor of programmer/hardware producer, Jim Drew. More details to come.