Epoch's MTECH series initially included 2 very detailed 1:72 S2000's - in black and in
silver - both with black interiors. Details abound in these Epoch S2000s
as the photos will show. The lack of details are in the wheels (too thick
spokes) and tires (tread too blocky). Some scale issues include overly large
door handles, gas cover and "H" logos.
Later, they released a orange version as well. The
later versions addressed one of the original problems of thick spokes
with much better proportioned thinner spokes.
The same casting was used to make the Real-X branded
cars that were essentially identical as the later version of the MTECH
S2000. Real-X versions came in a nice display case with an outer
silver card box. The Real-X versions had "REAL-X" printed on the
bottom instead of "EPOCH". The Real-X versions came in black,
metallic grey and metallic green.
Lots of detail for a 1:72 model.
The later issued orange version. Notice the thinner spokes.
The Real-X versions
Comparison between the RealX and the Epoch versions.
Here's a differently packaged version using the Yodel brand.