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Modeling by Jack Mugan

Ferrari 250 GTO

by Jack Mugan on November 28, 2017 in Automotive -- 18 Comments

I took a break from building air racers and put this together for a club contest. Basically done right out of the box with the exception of the plug wires, from the Fugimi kit.

Old School ’41 Ford Custom

by Jack Mugan on January 4, 2017 in Automotive -- 34 Comments

This was the way they did it back in the 50s. We do not get to see many customs on this site, so I thought I would break the ice.

Yet, another Hellcat

by Jack Mugan on December 8, 2016 in Aviation -- 11 Comments

Could not resist joining in on the Hellcat photofest.

Big Friend,…Little Friend

by Jack Mugan on October 28, 2016 in Aviation -- 15 Comments

One of the fun things of belonging to a club is the “Club Projects” that pop up throughout the year. So it was that one of my clubs (We are blessed here in Florida with many such clubs) decided it […]

A Couple Of Cool Cats

by Jack Mugan on September 30, 2016 in Automotive -- 19 Comments

Don’t know exactly why, but I just think the Jaguar XJR-9LM is a really cool looking racer and I knew I wanted to build it one day. I have had both the Tamiya and the Hasegawa kits in the stash […]

Building Northrop’s XP-61C/D

by Jack Mugan on July 15, 2016 in Aviation -- 22 Comments

About a zillion years ago when Monogram first released their 48th scale P-61 Black Widow, I built the black version but I have no recollection what ever happened to it. Over the years I always wanted to do the natural […]

Building Eduard’s 48th Scale Fw-190D-9 ProfitPACK

by Jack Mugan on June 27, 2016 in Aviation -- 16 Comments

I will have to admit up front that I am not a German aircraft expert, but I did manage to talk myself into building one of my favorite aircraft. I was really interested in this Eduard offering and was curious […]

Building Monogram’s 48th Scale Vought OS2U Kingfisher

by Jack Mugan on June 17, 2016 in Aviation -- 25 Comments

The Kingfisher took to the air in 1938 and quickly became the Navy’s eyes of the fleet on any ship that had a catapult. I was fortunate enough to hear a talk given by one of the few who flew […]

Building the Shelby Cobra 427 S/C

by Jack Mugan on May 12, 2016 in Automotive -- 21 Comments

Arguably the best-known American sports car in the world, the Shelby Cobra appeared on the race circuit and the rest is legend. The Cobra and the Corvette Grand Sport rivalry entertained and excited race fans all over the world. The […]

Building the AMT 1970 Chevelle 454 SS American Muscle Car

by Jack Mugan on April 18, 2016 in Automotive -- 10 Comments

Way back in 1964, GM prohibited the use of engines larger than 400-ci in their A-body intermediates, for some stupid reason, right in the middle of the muscle car wars. It wasn’t until 1970 when they lifted the ban, due […]