Amiga 500 Stefanie Tücking Leopard

This is a Commodore Amiga 500 with the "Leopard" design by Stefanie Tücking, a German TV host and radio host.

She made two designs for the Amiga 500 in 1991, the tiger print and a ball print. It was a limited edition of this 'new art' Amiga.

The upper part of the case is made of white plastic, printed in two different designs created by Stefanie Tücking: "Leopard" (or "Tiger") and "Ball". The lower part of the cabinet is the standard in much darker beige. The housing was the same as the usual A500, but with a special cover for the limited design editions. The A500 itself was a late, Kickstart 1.3 model.

Both variants, Leopard and Ball, were made in Germany, sold for about $75 more than the regular Amiga 500, and only 10,000 were made.

Catalog type
Speciale editie
Manufacturer
Release Date
1991
Processor
Motorola 68000 @ 7,14 MHz
Memory
512KB
Storage
3,5"
Operation System
AmigaOS 2.04

Museum Collection

Set up interactively in the 90s area.

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