Half Jaguar (oz2162)


Half Jaguar (oz2162) by John Davis 1992 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Jaguar. Competition rubber model.

The original Ted Evans Jaguar (oz584) design dates to 1948 and was a Wakefield cup winner. This here is a much later 1/2 scale version.


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Half Jaguar (oz2162) by John Davis 1992 - model pic


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User comments

Here is a Half Jaguar, made in México. Just christened last week. Quirky flyer, but once tamed is a pleasure to watch in flight! [see pics]
argat1 - 30/07/2012
The one releasing the Half Jaguar in the photos is Marco A. Guillermo.
argat1 - 01/08/2012
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