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Mirage III Double Seater from Kinetic

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Hello,

 

Are there any news available about the two seater Mirage III in 48 scale?

This kit was forcasted by Kinetic for this year but since it was announced it has become very silent about this topic.

 

Cheers,

Jost

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Second quarter of 2017 according to messages on Kinetic's FB page.

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Awesome 2 seater Mirage is a cracking looking jet...

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Posted (edited)

Dear all ARCers

 

Sorry for quite for a while, the Mirage IIID/DS schedule release in June 2016. The sample shot will be displayed in Japan Hobby Show. 

 

The T Harrier also schedule for Sept Oct timeframe and it will be the highlight of Telford show 2017.

 

Some other release is ongoing, but we would like to highlight it when the item is almost going to RTM (like 30-45 days before actual shipment)

 

Before the Mirage IIID, it would be a M3A3 in 1/35. 

 

 

Edited by Raymond Chung

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Hello Raymond,

 

Thank you for the heads up on this and other Topics - highly appreciated. This is very good news on the Mirage side and all Harriernados will go cracy at Telford. Me included as I got one ride in a T8 ages ago so I have to build it.

 

Cheers,

Jost

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Was wondering about the 2 seat XL also. 

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Posted (edited)

Schemes.

Source: https://www.facebook.com/Kineticmodel/posts/770818706418576

 

- Mirage IIIDS - J-2011 - Forces Aériennes Suisses/Schweizer Luftwaffe, Flugplatz Dübendorf, 2003;
- Mirage IIIDE - 11-74/CE11-29 - Ejército del Aire ALA 11, Base Aérea Valencia-Manises, 1992;
- Mirage IIID - 2Z/849 - South African Air Force, 1985;
- Mirage IIID - A3-113 - No.2 Operational Conversion Unit, Royal Australian Air Force, RAAF Williamtown, 1981;
- Mirage IIIBE - 13-ZJ/266 - EC 1/13 “Artois”, Armée de l’Air, BA132 Colmar-Meyenheim, 1989;
- Mirage IIIBE - 2-ZC/275 - EC 2/2 “Côte d’Or”, Armée de l’Air, BA102 Dijon-Longvic, 1982.

 

III_1.jpg III_2.jpg
 
III_3.jpg III_4.jpg
 

 

 
III_5.jpg III_6.jpg
 

V.P.

Edited by HomeBe

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Yes please. SAAF version with JL100 combined tank/rocket pods. Please Kinetic and Raymond, the Springboks MUST BE GOLD !!!! 

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SAAF scheme ... Yes!!

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Good to see some progress.

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I like what I'm seeing here. Seems like every time I'd say "that's the scheme I'm going to do" I'd scroll down and see something even more appealing. 

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Oooh, a 2 set Nesher wouldn't be "that" difficult now!!

 

WooHoo!

 

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Glad there is an RAAF version included.

 

Just a note on the unit name for the RAAF aircraft; it is No.2 Operational Conversion Unit or 2OCU not "2nd..."

 

 

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Pity you have not released it in 32nd Raymund leaving us with the barely acceptable Italeri kits.

Would love a Mirage to the standards of your SU-33 or F-18 in 32nd...

still happy to get the family Mirage in 48th!

 

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