With this 3D printed framework kit, you can do a non-destructive conversion of your Commodore 64 "Breadbin" style computer into a Commodore Pi computer.
This framework is designed to fit into a Commodore 64 breadbin style case, utilizing the original factory mounting points used by the original Commodore 64 motherboard. The kit is designed to accept your Raspberry Pi B+ or Pi 2 computer, and the "Individual Computers" Reyrah v2 keyboard/joystick interface board.
With this kit, you can convert your Commodore 64 into a fully functional Raspberry Pi computer (with the addition of the above mentioned accessories).
This adapter kit blocks off all of the rear ports, allowing you to drill your own holes for interface cables without damaging your Commodore 64 case. This allows you to eventually return your Commodore back to its original form if you'd like, and makes for a clean and seamless Raspberry Pi installation into a Commodore 64 case.
This kit includes the custom designed internal framework including black oxide screws and stainless steel washers with brass heatset inserts pressed into the framework to attach your Raspberry Pi B+ or Pi 2. On the right, you simply attach the Keyrah v2 (that you'll need to have obtained from icomp.de) to allow you to interface the original Commodore 64 keyboard to the Raspberry Pi. Also included are four custom washers that you'll use along with the original screws that held the motherboard down to hold the provided framework to the inside of your Commodore 64.