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Good afternoon

 My first  completed build is the Hobby Boss 1/48 Mirage IIICJ in the markings of an aircraft of the IDF /AF Tayeset 101 Si x Days War 1967

Humbrol Metalcote brush painted

 

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Build thread here

http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235022899-mirage-iiicj-idfaf-tayeset-101-six-days-war-1968/&

 

Patrice

 

 

   

  

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1/48 Heller Mirage IIIB/C built as a Mirage IIID

Decals: Caracal

Conversion: Red Roo

77SQN RAAF

 

Build Thread

 

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Hello all,

 

Here are a pair of the Special Hobby 1/72 Mirage F1 kits, built as an F1CT and an F1CR in French service. The latter variant was built using the F1CR boxing and also uses an aftermarket Presto reconnaissance pod (by L'Arsenal), while the F1CT is built from one of Special Hobby's Simple offerings with a CMK centreline tank and a scratchbuilt laser designator fairing undernose. Both kits utilised brass pitots by Master and Peewit canopy paint masks. Decals for the F1CR came from the box and a Berna Decals sheet (72026), while the F1CT's decals were for the most part from Berna sheets 72027 and 72101.

 

The thread for this parallel dual-build can be found here.

 

The F1CT:-

 

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The F1CR:-

 

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Andrew.

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This is a Special Hobby Mirage F1 made as a Kuwaiti Air Force aircraft from the 1991 Gulf War using Carpena decals.

 

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Mirage 2000P

Fuerza Aera del Peru

( 1/48 ESCI  kit version with the corrected production fin)

FCM decals

Neomega resin cockpit

Eduard PE and masks

Master pitot

l'Arsenal fuselage pylons, wing pylons, SAMP 250 bombs

Kinetic 1700L tanks

Revell Matra Magic IIs

WIP

here you go!

 

first a clean one for the purists:

 

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and fully loaded

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thanks for the great GB everyone!

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Mirage 111C

No.87, EC 03/010 Vexin

Detachment Air 188, Armee de l'Air

Djibouti, October 1984

 

1/48 Eduard Weekend Edition. WIP can be found here.

 

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My Second build for this Gb is the Special Hobby Mirage  F 1CR  of Escadron de reconnaissance 2/33 Savoie during Operation Daguet in 1991

 

 Humbrol paints brush painted

 Eduard detailling set

 CMK resin seat

 

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  Build Thread here

 

Patrice

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