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1/48 - Dassault Super Mystère B2 (SMB2)& Sa'ar by Special Hobby/FRROM - released


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5 hours ago, Bozothenutter said:

The Mn-modelar link goes nowhere....

I suspect it was an error? The kit is not even available yet on Special Hobby's own website and their latest newsletter says it won't be released until next month.

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43 minutes ago, hopkp said:

I suspect it was an error? The kit is not even available yet on Special Hobby's own website and their latest newsletter says it won't be released until next month.

Yeah, the FB link mentions the release being Moson only.

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14 minutes ago, Bozothenutter said:

Yeah, the FB link mentions the release being Moson only.

 

I was in Moson, didn't buy it, but I was holding box in my hands.

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10 hours ago, Homebee said:

Released - ref. SH48238 - Dassault SMB-2 Super Mystère - Sa'ar - Israeli Storm in the Sky - Hi-Tech kit

Sources:

https://www.mn-modelar.com/148-dassault-smb-2-super-mystere-saar-132790

https://www.facebook.com/specialhobby/posts/pfbid02qES5BDXmGsjG3S4ubMAn1dhECPx5RsfprqC9SiYuqkaTHXn9heNE9EGub58AAVuTl

 

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V.P.

 

 

Am I right if I think that all parts for a French version is included in this release?

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17 hours ago, Homebee said:

 

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:hmmm:Are these racks supposed to go under the wings? On the SMB2 it'd look like making a stunning bimbo carry a pair of heavy suitcases, no? :blink2:

Not buying.

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11 hours ago, Pajarito said:

 

:hmmm:Are these racks supposed to go under the wings? On the SMB2 it'd look like making a stunning bimbo carry a pair of heavy suitcases, no? :blink2:

Not buying.

Later in life they were mostly used in the ground attack role.

Although most pics with them carrying bombs are from South American aircraft. 

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12 hours ago, Bozothenutter said:

Although most pics with them carrying bombs are from South American aircraft. 

 

Hi Bozo!

Have you got any of these pictures, please?

Cheers,

 

Ignita

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10 hours ago, Pajarito said:

 

Hi Bozo!

Have you got any of these pictures, please?

Cheers,

 

Ignita

There's one in here 

and a Israeli one in the book (Kitmaker link)002.jpg

 

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On 4/28/2024 at 7:26 AM, Bozothenutter said:

Although most pics with them carrying bombs are from South American aircraft. 

 

Honduras is in Central America, not South America. 

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54 minutes ago, Bozothenutter said:

Shows my ignorance......

 

No worries! We all ignore things and are learning all the time. Britmodeller at its best.

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On 4/29/2024 at 6:48 AM, Bozothenutter said:

There's one in here 

 

Ah, nice, Bozo; thanks! Impressive build by our mate Martin, incidentally... 

Yes, I was puzzled myself that a South American nation had ever flown the SMB.2 without my having known about it. :lol:

Cheers,

 

Igna 

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7 hours ago, Bozothenutter said:

For all that have been impatiently waiting, the Sa'ar is up on the SH site!!!

@Pajarito

 

:yikes:Noiiiceee...!!! 

Appreciate it, Bozo, our mate.

Will have one shipped to Schiphol in your country right away, so that the sweet she-smuggler brings it down to me hidden inside her bra on her next trip to Ministro Pistarini.

Cheers,

 

Ignition 

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44 minutes ago, Pajarito said:

 

:yikes:Noiiiceee...!!! 

Appreciate it, Bozo, our mate.

Will have one shipped to Schiphol in your country right away, so that the sweet she-smuggler brings it down to me hidden inside her bra on her next trip to Ministro Pistarini.

Cheers,

 

Ignition 

Wouldn’t recommend this smuggling method unless you want the wings of your Sa’ar to have an upward curvature in the shape of 38DDD. :happy:

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2 minutes ago, Fullofit said:

Wouldn’t recommend this smuggling method unless you want the wings of your Sa’ar to have an upward curvature in the shape of 38DDD. :happy:

 

Ah, 😁 I should post a picture of that smuggler-stewardess so that you'd see that bringing the kit down here is just a lame excuse in order to meet her.  

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Two boxings released:

- ref. SH48238 - Dassault Super Mystère B2 Sa'ar - Israeli Storm in the Sky - https://www.specialhobby.eu/smb-2-super-myst-re-sa-ar-israeli-storm-in-the-sky-1-48

- ref. SH48238B - Dassault Super Mystère B2 Sa'ar + Book- https://www.specialhobby.eu/smb-2-super-myst-re-sa-ar-israeli-storm-in-the-sky-1-48-kit-book

And a in box review: https://www.kfs-miniatures.com/1-48-smb-2-super-mystere-hi-tech-kit-special-hobby/

 

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We have completed the SH48238 kit in a limited quantity with the excellent book Super Mystere and Sa'ar by Raanan Weiss / IsraDecal Publ. The book offers an overview of the SMB-2 service in Israel, period and detailed photographs and camouflage schemes.

 

detail-sh48238-b-result.jpg

 

See also https://www.specialhobby.net/2024/05/sh48238-smb-2-super-mystere-saar.html

 

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V.P.

 

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