The BBC Micro Model B is the computer I remember most fondly from my first steps with programming as a child in the 1980s. All British schools had them and they were a popular home computer too.
This model borrows building techniques I learnt from Chris McVeigh’s website, in particular his Commodore 64.
Inside, like Chris, I’ve included some circuitry:
There’s also some ports on the back:
Model created in BrickLink Studio, but I’ve also ordered the parts and made it for real.
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