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Paul J

ModelArt Mystere IV

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I built this kit some years ago. The kit is from one of the very few produced by well known decal maker ModelArt. Its entirely resin with some white metal. etch and vac form for the canopy. Decals by the same maker...of course!

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As mentioned in my S-58 Choctaw post, this one is up for disposal too.

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It is really a wonderful Mystère IV you built there Paul;

A beautiful jet from the fifties in France.

Congratulations. Polo.

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Nicely done! Very attractive! :goodjob:

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That is really a very lovely model of an aeroplane which deserves a decent mainstream kit.

Smashing job Paul!

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Hey Paul,

Really nice job you have done there on the Mystere, thank you for sharing.

Shane

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Yes, a very nice build and "very lovely model of an aeroplane which deserves a decent mainstream kit."...... one of many ..... F-84F/RF-84F, Super Mystere, FJ-3 Fury, and many more....

Martin

Is anyone at the manufacturers out there listening??? ;)

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Nice one Paul,...... love the scheme too,

Cheers

Tony

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A very nice looking Mystere indeed. Built the old Matchbox one a while back but nowhere near as good as this.

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I love these early French jets - and you nailed the Mystere.

Cheers,

Michael

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