Keep one thing in mind, the differences between the KFS machine and the RMR are night and day. It's like trying to compare apples to oranges. The RMR is good for 2 things, sitting on the deck of a lowboy because it's hollow and weighs nothing and for collecting dust while it's sitting on the lowboy. The selling price is $95 but should be half of that considering the master was a toy. I can show you plenty of pictures of the RMR "elsewhere" if you want.
Anthony, I totally agree, it is cast from a toy, which in fact you can buy for less than $30, so why buy a resin one....
yes, when it did come out a lot of people did jump on it, including me, but when it was realised it was just a toy....
here is what the machine was cast from
This is the KFS kit
and like Anthony said, apples and oranges, the KFS kit has many white metal parts, great photo etch , great decals, and is quality castings, no flash, bubbles or problems assembling it,
I would rather spend the extra buying this kit (KFS) as you get what you pay for........ quality
Edited by Tony Bryan, 06 December 2012 - 11:45 AM.