Aircraft flown by Capt. Wakamatsu 85th Sentai Canton, China, summer 1944. Jaguar resin cockpit was the only aftermarket used. Additional detail to the engine in the form of wiring was done as well as brake lines. Reference for the color scheme[...]
12 RAF Coltishall Jaguars were sent to Muharraq International Airport, Bahrain in October of 1990. Here would be their base of operation throughout if and when the war would start. Several modifications were made to each of the Jags in[...]
Finished this morning. The only modifications were: Drill out the area for the nose lens and added clear sprue sanded to shape, with a depression painted sliver for the lens; drilled extra gun exhaust holes; drilled out the airbrakes and detaile[...]
I'm very pleased I can present my Big Cat in my first group build here at iModeler.
It has been quite a challenge but great building fun at the same time. In between trying to catch up with everything going on here at iModeller.
Now for the Ita[...]
Hello again! This is my entry for the 'year of the cat' group build, my childhood favourite, the XJ220.
About the car... There was originally never any intention of making the car. It was designed as a concept by Jim Randle and unveiled at the [...]
Here's my first entry into this group build, I couldn't find another subject with more than three cat references, this one has "CAT", "Jaguar" and "Kitty". It is, of course, Kittyhawk's 1/48 kit, which I managed to build with few problems other[...]
These desert cats were built over 15 years ago. An inspiration for the "Year of the Cat GB". The first Jag is the Hasegawa kit #E23, this one is the oldest of the pair, being built around 1996 or so. The 2nd one is the Italeri kit #076, I bu[...]
Years ago, I got an Airfix Sepecat Jaguar and loaded up on all the Paragon resin parts for it. Then I entered a phase of major downsizing and decided to sell it off. Last year i decided to get one again, because the Revell AG boxing was cheaper [...]