Unboxing 17 Boxes of Commodore Computer Stuff

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There’s so much to cover here that I’m just going to paste the full description from the video below. Enjoy!

Grab your coffee and settle in as we unbox 17 Commodore Computer boxes in the BIGGEST Commodore Computer unboxing video on YouTube! The BreadBox is the channel dedicated to COMMODORE COMPUTERS and in this video I brought a HUGE lot of Commodore Computer items sight unseen…did I pay too much, did I get a bargain? Watch the video check out the price I paid at the end of the video and let me know how I did – let me know in the comments below.

When I purchased this bulk Commodore Computer lot on Trademe (New Zealand’s version of EBay) the seller couldn’t post it as it was too big, so I found a cheap flight and flew down to Christchurch (infamous for to the 2011 earthquake that destroyed the city’s CBD)…

Join me in this journey as I travel for the first time to New Zealand’s South Island, organise shipment back home and unbox this epic lot of Commodore Computer items, 17 boxes in total (you will see why in the video) which surely makes it the Biggest Commodore Unboxing Video in YouTube History… hence the title.

In this video I will also share some 1980’s facts and figures of Commodore Computers from New Zealand, how well Commodore sold here, at what price and other tid-bits. This is all leading up to a documentary I will be making on The History of Commodore Computers in New Zealand in which we follow the development of the brand here in NZ , the formation of the private company Commodore Computers New Zealand Ltd, the innovations New Zealander’s achieved with their Commodore’s and showcase how Commodore Computers like the Vic-20 and the Commodore 64 were used as serious business machines.

Thank you Ray Carlsen for your kind donation – I will show in a near future video how I am using these items (I am not giving too much away as to what they are, you will have to watch the video to find out). Check out his site at https://www.carlsenelectronics.net/

Another project on the go is the formation of the BreadBox: The New Zealand Commodore Computer Museum here in…you guessed it New Zealand. If you would like to donate Commodore items like machines, perirpherals, marketing material (NZ and abroad) and in particular Commodore 64 Games please contact me through the BreadBox Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/BreadBoxNZ

I plan on having every Commodore 64 game on display in the museum and all donations are very much appreciated. My mission is to preserve Commodore Computer history in New Zealand.

In this video I give the 2019 dollar equivalent for Commodore Computer items cost in the 1980’s. These figures are calculated using the New Zealand Reserve Bank Calculator.

Thanks for watching fellow Commodore Computer fans, I appreciate your support and please spread the word about my channel I would love to get to 1,000 subscribers over the next couple of months and if I finally get to (a HUGE goal) 50,000 subscribers I will produce about 2-3 Commodore Computer videos a week.

Thank you again, until next time…

Watch this video if you like: Commodore Vic-20, Commodore 64, Commodore Plus4, Commodore 16, Commodore 128 and Commodore games and unusual Commodore Peripherals.

 

SOURCEBread Box Commodore Computer Museum Youtube Channel
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