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Josh
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@chav...That looks really good, did you build it or was it assembled?

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Chav
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@josh these were factory built. For the first one I only replaced the windshield as it broke in shipping.


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David Green
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@chav

I've posted my Western Models produced Jaguar XK 150 in the 1/24th Forum.


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John Kuvakas
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Odd. Here's what I get when I enter "Jaguar." The image shows only a partial list. 

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David Green
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Hi John,

I figured it out. If I type 'Jaguar' and hit the Q shaped ikon, nothing happens. That is what I have been doing.

If I just hit return after typing Jaguar, then I get the results like you got.

This is a somewhat different system to others that I use.

Thank you for the help. Once you showed it did work, I went looking for a solution.

 

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John Kuvakas
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Thanks for replying, David. Now that you mention it, you're correct. It works a little differently. I'm glad you got it worked out. 

John Kuvakas


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Chris Sweetman
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@jkuvakas

Hi JK.

Yes these are white metal in kit or fully made form by Western Models that also made the 1/43 line. They briefly also made kits in 1/87 for HO railway fans.

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Western also made some 1:4th scale cars as promotionals. Two I am aware of are GP cars, an Essex Lotus and a Williams from the late 70's/early'80's.


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David Green
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Thanks Chris, I did not know about these. Were these 1/4th scale special commissions?

Not mentioned in the discussion on Diecast Zone is Western Models aircraft which I think were 1/200 scale.


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John Kuvakas
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Thanks, Chris. This is the first I've heard of any of these. 

John Kuvakas


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