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Dereknf

Kittyhawk 1/48 Jaguar T.2

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Another Cold War jet. This is Kittyhawk's Jaguar T.2, always the nicest looking trainer version of any single seat aircraft.
Not the easiest kit to make, in fact it is overengineered in many places, consequently fit can be iffy at times. It's finished as XX836 "AZ" of 14Sqn in the late 1970s. Decals from many sources as the kit decals weren't great.
I had/have difficulty in getting the cockpit canopies to stay open. I'll have to work out a remedy later.

49243283062_4d71af87d6_b.jpgz20191219_133636 by Derek N.Ferguson, on Flickr

49243283007_446338fd74_b.jpgz20191219_133643 by Derek N.Ferguson, on Flickr

49242595843_ba1456aa16_b.jpgz20191219_133649 by Derek N.Ferguson, on Flickr

49243282907_48e6c4fdc5_b.jpgz20191219_133704 by Derek N.Ferguson, on Flickr

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Nice to see a Jag in the early camo scheme.   Your T2 is a stunner.

 

Well done

 

Zhizhou

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Fantastic.  I have wanted to build the KH Wagon Queen Family Truckster (T2) version of the Jaguar for the longest time.  I love your work.  

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Nice one Derek , have been wondering about the Kitty Hawk kit to eventually add to the Heller 1/50 plastic and Paragon 1/48 resin T.2 noses I grafted onto Heller/Airfix 1/48 wings and rear fuselages a couple of years ago , so maybe time to give it some more thought.

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That looks great, you just don’t see many of these about.

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Always good to see a RAF Jag in a retro scheme :clap:

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Very nice. Agree the two seater was a good looker. Same goes for the two seater Harriers with ‘pointy’ noses. 

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Absolutely brilliant! 

 

I'd love one of these if they ever become a reasonable price.

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Nice work. Not the easiest of kits to wrestle into submission. 
 

Pete

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very nice result!

looks like a flawless build!

 

maybe some slight weathering to break up the colors a bit?

 

cheers, 

Werner

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