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Saturday 22nd October 2016
Martin ''Funny'' Heise (Germany)

according to Brian Bagnall''s "Commodore - a company on the edge", p. 376, the Porsche Design Center in Stuttgart, Germany, was involved in the design process, but it''s design was not used. Commodore simply tried to use Porsche''s name in the marketing process afterwards, for the design of Ira Velinsky''s.

Monday 2nd May 2016
Remi Jakobsen (Norge)

Ira Velinsky,back then an Commodore employee, was the designer for the rounded case. Porsche was never involved. I''ve got this directly form an back then Commodore employee. Ira Velinsky is commonly recognized as the designer among PET/CBM collectors and in user groups.

That Porsche was involved is simply a myth that goes around on the Internet in sale adverts and so on and is not true.

Tuesday 22nd May 2012

I also have one of the swedish models. I got it in 1990 so I guess it is at least 8 of them :) .

Thursday 3rd July 2003
John (Nevada)

Hey there! I've been looking to buy on old PET system, doesn't really matter if it's working or not ( you can gut the system for all I care), nor does the model really matter, though I'd prefer a Commodore 200. Really all I want is the case and monitor. If you have any info, please let me know! Thanks!

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