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Along with the casing, the keyboard for the Commodore 64 had to be reproduced and re-designed, including creating all new injection molds for the keys. The keyboard mechanism itself is of the high quality buckling-spring type used on 1980s-style IBM PCs and the original MOS Technology 6502-based Commodore 64.
Here's another closeup of the keyboard.
Here's a big rack of Commodore 64 bodies and keyboards ready for final assembly. It's spooky, isn't it?