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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04 August 2020 - More work on the Impreza Interior!
After a scratch-building weekend, this next update is all about that! Made a new Motec ECU and display, together with a battery + holder and a gear lever. Original hand-brake was also modified. Finally, a new fuel system was added in the luggage boot. Click on the picture to see the latest updates on the Impreza project!
27 July 2020 - Chassis sorted and Interior started!
The Impreza has a lowered front ride height. This procedure usually takes a considerable amount of time to do right, depending on the kit. This Impreza took a lot of work and customization to just lower the front due to the very high ride height it had originally. Click on the picture to see all the steps I had to take to lower it the way I wanted it!
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