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Interton VC-4000 (Grundig) Homebrew, Pirat, Prototyp Carts?

We received a couple of these Homebrew Interton/Grundig carts that someone built inside old card boxes. Actually it is not clear wether these are Pirates, Homebrews, Prototypes or whatever.
More Infos on the Interton VC-4000 Console here: VC-4000
Please click on thumbnails for larger images.


Thanks to Jens Brinkmann for the pictures.

January 2010

It now seems clear that small Electronic Mailorder companies like Spoerle Electronic or Buerklin sold old Interton stock during the Mid 80ties. People could buy cheap loose PCBs with or without game chip soldered to it to built their own game carts.
Also check our other finds that seem to confirm this assumption.

Current Reviews: 2
This one was added to our catalog on Tuesday 10 June, 2008.

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