But its not, it's a $10,000 replica Chevy Silverado thats 80% accurate, missing the engine, windshield, buttons and stick shift thats up to you to find the parts for and install from a junkyard and some from a dealership.I disagree entirely. Getting a 2019 Chevy Silverado for $10,000 is a good deal whether you can afford it or not.
Bank account isn't relevant to if something is priced less than the average sale.
@FluxChiller kind of weird, your posting a pic of me after that. Not to mention such a bad one, Heh.
It's been pointed out that my earlier posts and some replies are inferring I feel the price is too high.Realistically, 3k is a fine estimate to get permission to buy it and put it in your house, but if your goal is to just get it in your house, 2k is good. Once it’s there, that’s most of the battle.
Once it is in the house, what’s gonna happen, leave it there doing nothing, or save up and ask permission to finish it.
Thanks for your good wishes@hursit this is huge, I love your work man, I wish I could buy one, I wouldn't care if it's not 100%, while I understand people wanting this. I personally prefer it to see it as a modern reedition with an added value, easier to fit most available screens/parts today, and have some minor improvements Capcom didn't think about and adapted to home usage.
Keep going and hats up to your talent and determination to make quality products, it's unequalled in the scene IMO.