The thing is, though, that even without buying a "real" CPU you can buy chips that have things like logic gate packages, ALUs, Flipflops and other components you would use to make a CPU. What you would end up with would look more like an old ciruitboard from back when Atari's were popular, rather then a huge mess of wires.
the Commodore 64 had exclusively TTL-level RS-232. (RS-232C, they called it, IIRC)
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