Here's the link. It works out to around $500-600 with some but not all of the accessories. As far as the runout, I hope it says so in the descriptions in the link. I'm too new to know. http://www.leevalley.com/US/Wood/page.aspx?p=43104&cat=1,330,50260&ap=1
I was a land agent for a large pipeline company for over 20 years. Met interesting people and saw interesting places and things in 4 provinces.Then about 5 years in maintenance management. Downsized out of the company in 2000. Worked as a contract land agent on large and small projects since. Had two and three year spells without work. Currently winding down towards full retirement. In the winter, I am in charge of the local snowshoe trails with a couple of other codgers. We brush and remove deadfalls in the fall and trim the branches above as the snow builds up. This is volunteer work, no pay. The rest of the time I build models and do some woodworking. I used to dabble in old cars, still have two. All I do is maintain and drive them I find the 1:25 one quite a bit cheaper to play with and the parts aren't so heavy.