The kit is a Olimp 1/72nd scale JN-4H/JNS-1. I did not look hard for a JN4-D, since originally I though it was a JND-4. There is no such thing as a JND-4. And anyways a Jenny is a Jenny, so it didn't really matter which kit I got just as long as it is a Jenny. The kit is apparently made in Ukraine or somewhere "over there" and was quite inexpensive since I did not want to spend a whole lot of money on it. The result was a kit with tricky fit and poor instructions with even poorer translation. But it has paid off.
|It came molded in white plastic and with confusing but useful alternate parts that will go in my spares box|
|The yellow stuff is the milliput.|
|This is the parts after being cemented and left to dry. The wing modification has not been carried out yet. (the badly painted BF-109 in the background is the very first kit of my collection, it is legendary)|
Anyways, so even though some parts got left off, it still looks like a Jenny. I made a modification, because when reading the book, I discovered that they fitted the Jenny with two lower wings. Originally, the top wing would be longer, but for more performance (I'm not sure if you can do this in real life) they just kicked the top wing and replaced it with another bottom wing so the Jenny would have equal top and bottom wingspan. So I cut the wing and the ailerons in order to get them roughly equal to the bottom one. The kit is still not entirely accurate (in the book an illustration shows the Jenny with spoked wheels, the kit ones are solid) and of course, I don't know if it was ALL red or just some parts of it. But again, a red Jenny is a red Jenny.