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Unread May 25th, 2010, 09:07 AM
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Nice.

Going to have full French weaponry including air to ground? Or Skunkworks.

Lets hope to see a 2000-5 and some of the other 'exotic' variants for us used to American stuff

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Nice - me likes
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WOOOHOOOOO! Thanks for the heads up Raymond! The rendering does throw up some questions though. The radome seems to be too large (i.e. extend to far back towards the cockpit - note position of panel line relative to refuelling probe) for the 2000D and N, but looks OK for the 2000C and B. May I suggest you do the flaps separate as these are often seen lowered "at rest".

Also hoping to see the full range of Mirages in due course - 2000B, 2000C, 2000-5, 2000-9, 2000N with some optional antennas to cover various nations where these are specific (e.g. Greece)

Oh, and if you can attach the sprue for the canopy to the front or rear canopy arch that would avoid marring the canopy in transit or when removing. Heller's idea here is plain stupid.

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Looks like a Mirage to me!...Have you thought about doing 50's US jets in 1/48?...F-86A,F-86H FJ-2/3 Furies...even Tigers and Cougars...Im sure im not the only one who'd buy them rather than costly resin kits.
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Will there be a single seat version of this? Possibly an Indian version? With some additional French weaponry?

Can't wait to get one of these.
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As Josh asked; any chance for singleseaters?
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Looks like a Mirage to me!...Have you thought about doing 50's US jets in 1/48?...F-86A,F-86H FJ-2/3 Furies...even Tigers and Cougars...Im sure im not the only one who'd buy them rather than costly resin kits.
And pleeeease some Banjos as well! Go on, you know you want to...
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Singleseaters are coming:

http://scalemodels.ru/modules/news/i...ge-ad.jpg.html
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