A Gen-2 Commodore VIC-20 motherboard. Tested and working. Because these are GEN-2 boards, they are somewhat smaller than the GEN-1 boards and also use the same power connector as the Commodore 64, making it relatively easy to find a working power supply. The bottom RF shield is still attached to the boards, so it will fit your VIC-20 case regardless of if it was a GEN-1 or GEN-2. Each board has been tested to ensure it boots to BASIC. Also, a game cartridge and joystick were connected and tested for at least 2 minutes playing a game. I have not tested the user port, cassette port, keyboard, or disk drive port. However, it is highly unlikely for these to be broken considering everything else works. But, at minimum you’ll know the important stuff works: 6502 CPU, 6510 VIC chip, RAM, ROM, TTL logic chips.
These are great for repairing a dead VIC-20, or if you just wanted a working 8-bit computer to tinker around with. If you need a keyboard, I also have C16 keyboards that are mostly compatible with the VIC-20, with a few keys not being in the right place.
NOTE about being out of stock. I originally had about 85 of these fixed up and tested. I figured that would last a year or two. However, the sudden rush of sales ended up causing me to sell out in 2 days. However, I still have about 50 or 60 boards left. I plan to gut about half of them for the chips and then I’ll repair the other half. However, I probably won’t have time for this until late July. So it may be a few weeks before any more stock is available.
NOTE about pricing/shipping. My website has a fixed shipping cost of around $2.75 for all items shipped to USA. This is fine because most of those items are very small and cost around $2.75 to ship. I wanted to sell this item for $20 a piece, but it costs $13 to ship, so I have added some of that cost into the price of the board. So you’re total after shipping and everything should be $32.75. If you want to combine multiple units for shipping, email me directly.