Hello everyone, jdm24scale is dedicated to my hobby; that of assembling 1/24 scale Japanese model cars. Since I was a young boy I used to buy 1/24 scale diecast cars and take them apart right after so that I could add small details to make them unique. As I grew older, my passion moved to the larger 1/18 scale where I started to completely modify these, making them as different as possible. Modifications that time included scratch-built body kits, new spray, interior modifications, different wheels and engine detailing. As time passed by, in real life I was getting more interested in Japanese cars and finally at the beginning of 2008 I decided to turn my model car attention to these cars coming from the East! With this I decided to do an even bigger change too: going from 1/18 scale diecast to 1/24 scale plastic model kits.
This website also features a Reviews section, where I post my own opinions and pictures about kits or accessories I buy for my builds. These are intended to help other modellers get to know exactly what a certain product contents are. Another section is dedicated to Tutorials, where I post detailed descriptions about the procedures I follow while building my kits.
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This is the kit I'm working on right now. It's the Tamiya Honda NSX. Click on any of the pictures above to be re-directed to the Honda's own page or follow the build from the The Builds section.
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Latest Site Updates
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14 November 2017
After suffering from the photobucket "ransom" demand to restore all the photos back on the site, these have now been all re-uploaded to the site's own storage and re-attached accordingly. So now all pictures on the site should be up and running once again!
07 November 2017
Another update on the NSX. The time the body and all of its pieces were airbrushed in 2K clear. The ZoomOn brakes were also detailed and finished in Spoon livery.
30 October 2017
After taking a break this Summer from the NSX, it was time to continue working on it. So the chassis was airbrushed as required while the body was airbrushed in red and masked for the black roof. Click on the below icon to view this new update.
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