John Van Kooten The Rye Field kit is indeed great value for money. Quality wise (molding, level of detail) it is comparable to any modern Dragon Tiger kit, except a lot cheaper obviously. The biggest problem lies in the errors in the side skirts which can't be easily corrected. You'd need an aftermarket set for that. But other than that, it's truly great!
I have the Dragon 6350 in my stash. I purchased it second hand a couple of years ago. It really is a superb kit and the (large) box is stuffed with sprues (see image below). If you can get it at a good price it is definitely worth getting. I got mine at €45,-
6. September 2015 at 08:24:55
Holger Kranich I'll try to get it As cheap As possible. 45€ is a good price, i would accept it!
6. September 2015 at 10:09:06
John Van Kooten Yeah, €45 is a fair price Especially if I compare it to the crazy eBay prices. There's one up for €150 at the moment... but IF they are sold at all, they usually go for much, much more.
But honestly, if the price for this kit would rise to €60 or higher I would probably recommend getting one of the more recent Dragon or Rye Field Tiger kits instead because quality wise the latter are actually better.
6. September 2015 at 10:30:44
Holger Kranich With this particular kit, i like the Wittmann markings. Ok, i can get a decalssheet with the right markings but the additional stuff in the box hooked me
6. September 2015 at 11:58:57
John Van Kooten I totally understand It's for the exact same reason I had this one on my target list as well
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