Jaguars in approximately 1/64 scale.
HERPA Jaguar E-Type Coupe in 1/87 scale.
While collecting Wikings, I came across this Herpa version in London. It looks just like the Wiking version until you look at the bottom. This one was made in China and does not say Herpa or Wiking on the base. The Wiking were made in Germany.
HotWheels Revealers - Jaguar XJ220
The cars were sold in different clear blister packs, but they were wrapped inside a yellow opaque paper baggie. The baggie was intended to be dissolved in water, but it was easier and less messy to just tear them open.
The main purpose of them being packaged this way was because there were a limited number of cars packaged with a plastic Hot Wheels Logo token to be sent in to Mattel for a prize. If you found one with a Blue Logo, then you would send it to Mattel to receive a special package of 10 of Hot Wheels. If you found a Gold Hot Wheels Logo then that was good for a boys 22" Bicycle Decorated in Hot Wheels Team Blue with logos and a Gold Plated Lamborghini Countach.
Darda Jaguar XJ220 in 1/60 scale
Darda is the name of a German toy car racing set which was most popular in Europe and the USA throughout the '80s and '90s. The unique selling point of the sets is the special Darda Motor, invented by Helmut Darda in 1970, propelled the cars at speeds of up to 30 mph. There were a variety of bodies that could use an interchangeable chassis. The Jaguar XJ220 by Darda came out in 1993 in either white or silver. This is the white version.
These were mainly intended to run on tracks similar to those for HotWheels.
@david-green Thanks David for continuously added models from your small scale Jaguar collection to this post. This is a most valuable resource.
Toymax Snap Shots in 1/64
In 1993, Toymax introduced a series called Snap Shots which had a variety of vehicles intended for children that could be fired through several mechanisms at speed to perform stunts. Two of these were Jaguar XJ220s, introduced as full sized cars grate same 1993 year. The fronts looked like XJ220s while the rear was full of the motor mechanism.
AUTOCRAFT White Metal Kits in Britain are making kits in 1/76 scale of the Austin Swallow made by the company before it became Jaguar. They seem well made kits with a little filing needed.
Here are the kits with a built example for the open 1930 Austin Swallow, and the closed 1930 Austin Swallow.
These are indeed to go with British 00 model railways.
Schuco is now issuing Jaguar models in 1/64 scale. This is the 1962 Jaguar E-Type Coupe in red.
JEC from China have put out an excellent 1:64 Jaguar E-Type Coupe in resin. This is to me the most detailed Jaguar so far in this scale. It is quite expensive for size at about $40 each by the time you import them.
Here is an unusual and rare model.
In the late 1950s, AHI Brand Toys in Japan produced a series of approx. HO scale metal cars with tin bases. These were issued in small plastic cases.
This is the Jaguar XK150 open stop roadster in white.
Here are two other issues that are not a Jaguar but here for comparison.
Jaguar F-Type R Coupe by Siku of Germany.
Yesterday I was lucky enough to find this very nice model of the current Jaguar F-Type R in approx. 1/60 scale.
U.M.I. of Germany has issued some really small Jaguar E-Type Roadsters in 1/160 scale. These are the smallest jaguars that I have, slystly smaller than 000 or N scale. I purchased these in the early 1990s.
Schuco Piccolo Jaguars.
Schuco of Germany over the years have produced models in a wide variety of scales.
Schuco's first consistent foray into diecast toys was in 1958 when the 1:90 scale 'Piccolo' series was introduced.These solid metal (and heavy) cars were accurate, yet mildly cartoonish at the same time. Piccolos were solid cast metal without plastic windows nor did they have interiors. Piccolos are highly collectible today, whether the original models or the later Schuco reproductions. More than 100 different Piccolos have been produced.
Here are some examples of Jaguars made in the Piccolo line.
In 2009, Greenlight issued a British Racing Green, Jaguar E-Type in the Motor World Classic Series.
I just uncovered this in one of my storage boxes. It is 1/64 scale.
The only other Jaguar by Greenlight that I am currently aware of is the 1/43 Steve McQueen Jaguar XKSS.
Monagram Jaguar E-Type Coupe.
In the 1990s, Monogram put out an extensive series of HO scale(1/87) plastic model cars with metal bases. I collected most of them. Here is one from my display shelf, the Jaguar XKE Coupe in blue. My others are still packaged in storage.
Base says 1989, Monogram Models Inc.
Road Champs (information about the brand generally, not Jaguar specific.)