Review of the Revell Pzh 2000 model
This Revell kit was very simple in construction and it only had three kit frames.
The main cannon has some great points and bad ones. It did come with a cast metal one, but it also gave me the choice of using that, or building a plastic one. I went with building the plastic one.
The only downside was there wasn’t an alignment tooth at the end of it so the muzzle would be straight, so I had to do it by eye.
The other problem wasn’t necessarily with the model but with Revell. None of my local shops stocked Revell paint (before I learn’t how bad Revell paints are!).
They did have a code conversion chart, but none of the codes matched and the instructions were in black and white so it was guesswork at getting the right paint.
This model was the first attempt at me air brushing camouflage on.