Below are some of the Vic`s I own.
I never thought I would get another Vic in as good condition as this one above, it even has the blank Vic tapes for storing you own proggy's on. This machine is just like the one I had as a child with the multi colored "VIC=" sticker. My father bought it for me from one of the larger electrical retailers that operate here in the UK, at the time it was a toss up between a Vic or a ZX81, my Father preferred the real looking keyboard and the fact it was also color.
Anyone remember typing in reams and reams of program's from computer mags and books, well I aint got around to torturing myself that bad yet but if you look at the photo you can see I have a few books to indulge myself in if ever I am feeling really brave. In the meantime you can browse the Vic Software Collection I am piecing together slowly but surely. I now have scanned covers you can look at online. If you feel like playing the games but don't have a Vic then download VICE from here. Next get the .Tap files that are available from the Vic software page and play !
Both models that I know of are pictured above, sorry the piccys are crap but if you look carefully you can just make out the difference between the logos. The one on the left is the original Colored "VIC=" logo and the one on the right is very similar to the C64 "Colored Lines" affair.
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