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I found aftermarket decals for the Argentinian Dagger with the much-loved scheme. the painted over yellow stripes with green (ending up being torquois) to cover the American SEA camouflage. The Only game in Moscow in 1/72 was a bagged Novo Mirage III, the nose of which was tapered down and a new under nose pitot added. I painted the drop tanks in sand camo as they had been borrowed from the Chileans. I then placed it next to my other Novo Mirages of the RAAF and Israeli Air force (Shahak). The base is homemade.
As usual, do I've to say, the Kinetic's German partner, Wingman Models (http://wingmanmodels.com/wm/Pulsar/en_US.CMS.display.65./superior-military-aviation-model-kits-accessories), is to rework the chinese new 1/48th Dassault Mirage IIIE/O/R kit (http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234959104-148-kinetic-mirage-iii5/) to propose a family of IAI Nesher/Dagger & Finger in its Superkits range (http://wingmanmodels.com/wm/Pulsar/en_US.Store.display.80./superkits) - ref.WK48013. Source: https://www.facebook.com/wingmanmodels And what about the two-seats versions from these fi
Hello all, my first post at this great forum! Maybe this has been discussed before, but I didn't really find exactly the answer I wan't from prevoius threads. I want to do an Argentinian Dagger A during the Falklands/Malvinas war in 1/72. I plan on getting the PJ Productions injection molded Mirage III E or Mirage V BA/BR. I know the Dagger/Nesher is a copy of Mirage V, but how similar are Mirage IIIE and Mirage V BA/BR? So the main question, if I want to do an Argentinian Dagger in 1/72, is it best to buy the PJ Productions Mirage IIIE kit or Mirage V BA/BR? Are there any differences in the