I'll be honest, I do like old dogs very much... Ancient Revell kits, (I mean the ones that released 40 years ago) are always a challenge for modelers with experience in scratch building. The details are usually soft or entirely lacking, or misplaced or misrepresented. Every area needing upgrade, without exception. Generally, the shape is fairly accurate, so with patience and determination a good model can result. On the other hand, Revell, over the years has treated modelers to large scale subjects, which no other manufacturer would touch (like the MiG-21PF). For that I am truly grateful. While these kits don't come anywhere near Hasegawa or Tamiya standard, they are reasonably priced and may be the only kit in 1/32 scale. All that being said, When this puppy is finished, it's pedigree may not be apparent anymore.