The average modern PC has a lifespan of less than five years, but that doesn’t matter to an auto repair shop in Gdansk, Poland.

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A photo posted on the Commodore USA Facebook page shows a battered, dirty Commodore 64 that has been running nonstop for 25 years. The shop uses the venerable C64 to balance drive shafts.

About 17 million Commodore 64s were sold from 1982-1994.