The Commodore VIC-20 Computes at Our Everyday Low Price $59.97

When this ad ran in the Toronto Star in 1984, the VIC-20 had already been out for almost 4 years. While other computers were more powerful, 60 bucks Canadian for this machine was a bargain in my opinion. Especially when you could load up on carts for $7 a piece.

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