Back in the early 80's I bought a helicopter kit that I've never seen since, not even any photos on the net, and can't remember who made it. I want to say that it was made by Revell, but I'm not sure. Here's what I can remember, it was about 1/32 scale, it was a UH-1D/H, it was supposed to be a rescue helicopter because I remember the picture on the box showed a white fuselage and vaguely remember rescue decals on it, and it was electronic with internal lighting as part of the kit using LED's. There was a round, clear frosted radar screen on the pedestal that was lit from behind with a green LED, a beacon on top of the engine cowl with a red LED, and it had an electric motor to turn the main rotor. The switch had a long, thin metal rod attached to it that exited from where the tail stinger would be. You pulled the the rod and the lights would come on and I think if you rotated the rod, the rotor would then turn. I think there were 1 or 2 more LED's installed but I can't remember where they were located. I said I thought it was made by Revell because I remember it being very similar to their UH-1 kit but molded in white and no weapons included. I was just wondering if anyone else ever had one of these or remember seeing one back then. Thanks for any help.