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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...

jp 3-view.jpg

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 - an array of schemes to choose from!


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


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!





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


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.



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...

cockpit panel copy.jpg

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.

high def cockpit panel.jpg

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



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

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