cutaway drawing
key to sections
missile control cabin
power systems
key to power systems
to control
to forward
walk gear
servo
pump
feedback
computer
distributor
valve
atomic
battery
heat
exchanger
condenser
rectifier
main
pump
oil
reservoir
hydraulic walk gear
heat disposal unit
standby
turbojet
generator

Technical specifications published originally in TV21 1967 Annual

junglecat in action
Technical Specifications
name: Junglecat
description: The huge beetle-like Junglecat is one of the most modern war machines in service with the World Army-Air Force. Junglecat divisions are maintained in Africa, South America and other areas where the terrain is too rough for conventional equipment.
Mighty jungle trees and shrubs are no match for the Junglecat's mighty grabs. Whole areas of jungle and forest can be cleaned in minutes, creating areas for World Air Force heli-jets and troop carrying craft.
Powered by atomic batteries the Junglecat has a 'walk' speed in excess of of 50 m.p.h. (specific details are still on the official secrets list) and a 'running' speed considered to be at least double.
designer: Derek Meddings