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Phil Cooke27/12/2013 13:38:35
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As the PSSA Mass Build sees us building a scale model, I thought it a good idea to create a place for all things related to the full-size Jet Provost - 3 view drawings, colourscheme details, walk around photos, cockpit detail - anything really that may be of use to help all our builders replicate a full-size machine.

I'll make a start with this very useful website full of the types history...

JP Heaven

Of course, with just a little work on the canopy, the JP model can very easily be made into the light attack Strikemaster, which opens the doors to a whole host of alternative schemes and details... so lets cover that too!

Strikemaster Heaven

Phil Cooke27/12/2013 13:48:10
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A choice of RAF schemes and some very nice colour 4-view drawings can be found HERE

Phil Cooke27/12/2013 14:18:38
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A good quality 3-view line drawing of the JP Mk 4 here...

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Edited By Phil Cooke on 27/12/2013 14:24:52

Phil Cooke27/12/2013 14:45:14
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Here's the full listing of photos of Jet Provosts from Airliners.net - an array of schemes to choose from!

JP SCHEMES

Phil Cooke27/12/2013 14:48:17
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and the same for the Strikemaster

STRIKEMASTER SCHEMES

Matt Jones28/12/2013 11:09:34
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Here's a few different from the norm, there are LOADS more to chose from!

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What doesn't look good in raspberry ripple?!?! heart

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John Privett28/12/2013 12:01:29
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Here are a few pics from the day I had a flight in a Mk5. I think the Mk3 in the background (owned at the time by the same syndicate that owned the Mk5 I flew in) is the same one as in Matt's second pic above.

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Phil Cooke28/12/2013 15:54:58
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I've spent a little time with photoshop this afternoon and created a JP Cockpit console which can be printed out and used within the fuselage, should you so wish...

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Tony Bennett28/12/2013 17:16:39
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you can go off people you know.

i had my 2014 project all sorted in my mind till you started this thread.

humpf. cheeky

Phil Cooke28/12/2013 20:09:37
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hehehe - Welcome Tony... glad you've found the little JP PSS Project so appealing...see you on the Orme in June then??

Monz28/12/2013 20:21:08
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Hmmm, going to have to think about this one...

Phil Cooke19/01/2014 22:34:28
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We've re-edited the JP cockpit console .jpg today as I found that printing the one originally posted at 100% scale produced a pixelated image due to the dpi limit on the original image - anyway, this one, attached below, is scaled correctly so when you print it should appear 100mm wide (ideal for the model) and is now 150 dpi which is almost photo quality - certainly fine for what we need when viewed through the moulded canopy.

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Thanks go to Rez today for his guidance on the dpi setting problem. thumbs up

Neil Fowler11/04/2014 22:22:28
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img_0957.jpgimg_0972a.jpgimg_0968a.jpgimg_0965a.jpgimg_0963a.jpgimg_0962a.jpgimg_0960a.jpgimg_0958a.jpgStill waiting for the wood pack to arrive so realistically don't think I will make the 1st June but here a few pictures people may find useful they are of Jet provost T4 at Elvington

 

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Edited By Neil Fowler on 11/04/2014 22:26:10

Mark Kettle 120/10/2017 12:11:39
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Close in details provided by a 1:72 scale Airfix build by a young lady called Kendall.

 

 
 
 
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Hope I can finish my own off to the same standard. 

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Edited By Mark Kettle 1 on 20/10/2017 12:40:50

Andy Meade20/10/2017 13:25:05
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That'll be some small servos in there Mark!

Mark Kettle 120/10/2017 14:53:03
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I'm pretending to fly it around the bedroom ceiling on cotton threads.

Andy Meade20/10/2017 15:21:54
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Aren't the tail flashes the wrong way round on the red one in the video?

Mark Kettle 120/10/2017 15:38:44
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Your right it's got a 'french' tail fin decals.

Mark Kettle 110/11/2017 09:50:01
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Little more reference from this video.

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