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  1. I’m also expecting a set of HARM missiles... Years ago when Tornado test shots were first revealed in Cosford, those were on display. G
  2. You may very well be right, but the Heller single and two seaters have a different geometry. Somehow the N nose looks good, so does the C, but the B looks wrong to me....
  3. They are basic but very nice indeed. A resin burner and ejection seat is basically all I would bother with. But an observation on the B kit, which as far as I know was only released by Airfix and not Heller themselves. The radome on that one is a bit off. They correctly engraved the radome line further back than it is on the N, but the N/D radome is less bulbous in real life. So the B kit radome looks too skinny, especially when put next to the C kit. My solution: I have a Renaissance resin radome to convert a C into a -5. The leftover C radome will be grafted onto the Airfix B kit Apologies for going off topic....
  4. I'm pretty sure yes. Have a look at this video .... All of them with the larger tanks, even the T.8C's! Also this shot for example G
  5. If you are making a ‘late’ GA.11, note that many (if not all?) received capability to carry the larger fuel tanks. Therefore they received the cutout flaps. Those are not included in the Airfix kit. Of course with the flaps retracted this a simple scribing job... Regards, Guillaume Ps: It is interesting to note the GA.11, when carrying the large tanks, did NOT have the extra strut which was seen on FGA.9 and F.6A Hunters....
  6. guillaume320

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    I was lucky... Saw the PLAAF display team in action at the airshow in Zhuhai a year and a half ago. Except the Pakistani JF-17, I had not seen any of the aircraft in the flying display before. Definitely a 'refreshing' experience
  7. If you are on Facebook, I recommend to join ‘Belgian Wings’... There is an insane amount of Meteor pictures being posted lately. And some very knowledgeable people in the group who I’m sure would be glad to help you. G
  8. That’s what I was trying to explain, but English isn’t my first language haha
  9. Stunning attention to detail throughout... Truly a faultless built! I'm looking forward to your next project already
  10. Ah ok... I had never heard of them. So this Heller Mirage will remain a mystery a little longer I guess!
  11. I can see a Kinetic Mirage IIIRS on that particular stand... Is that a hint?
  12. They did, but it was a IIIC/B, not an IIIE/O/R/RD/EE/EA. That's why I was suspecting Kinetic as those versions can be covered from that specific kit... G You beat me to it!
  13. Heller 1/48 Mirage IIIE/O/R/RD/EE/EA and F-104G... Could those be Kinetic reissues??
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