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I've got one too, but don't think it's worth a quarter of the price. You still see them at shows going for around £45.

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Got one in the Model Zone closing down sale last year for £20 think this has one two many zeros at the end silly to pay over the odds for something will keep looking for the bargains me thinks :banghead:

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They are on Ebay now for less than That

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Never even knew this kit existed till today. However, it looks as if (price-wise) it's the maritime equivalent of the Otaki C-5A Galaxy!! Sad thing is, there will probably be someone ( a collector no doubt) who will pay that kind of money for a kit that will subsequently never get built.

Allan

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IM looking to sell or trade mine so was looking about at its value, so any realistic values would be great! It is a rare kit to see for sale but that doesn't make it valuable

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Don't get confused with this one

http://www.wonderlandmodels.com/products/revell-172-dgzrs-95-m-class-lifeboat/

or 05211 which were the cheap ones. 05238 was £40-£50 when it came out. I know of a shop that has one in at £69.99 (its a bloody big box!), but £200 is still steep

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It looks to me as though it could be RC converted with a bit of work, but I can't imagine that would push the price up by a huge amount? The missile kits that someone else has put links to have been on eBay for literally years! The guy selling them also likes very high P&P charges. They are the original Revell kits from the 60's that normally do well in the US, but he also had some of the re-released SSP kits that he was pushing out for around 15-20 quid however he wanted between 8-10 quid postage.

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It looks to me as though it could be RC converted with a bit of work, but I can't imagine that would push the price up by a huge amount? The missile kits that someone else has put links to have been on eBay for literally years! The guy selling them also likes very high P&P charges. They are the original Revell kits from the 60's that normally do well in the US, but he also had some of the re-released SSP kits that he was pushing out for around 15-20 quid however he wanted between 8-10 quid postage.

The missile kits seem to be almost permanently listed at these silly prices. One would think that the seller would take the hint if they weren't shifting.......................................!!????? However, guess there's nowt so queer as folk!

Allan

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