Mirage 2000 in 1:200

Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by cafe, Nov 13, 2012.

  1. cafe

    cafe Member

    They're not new (built them around Christmas 2011) but here are 2 ofChaiwatkom's Mirage 2000.

    They're are a few edits:
    - canopy (not satisfied with it)
    - different nose cone and IFR probe
    - landing gear and missiles I originally made for Ojimaks' Mirage 2000
    - redrawn wing undersides (the french repaint has the definitive version)
    - 1st try at designing the big underwing fuel tanks (tested much later on the 1st prototype)
    - an actual bona-fide repaint

    Ojimak's Mirage 2000-5 is on the 4th pic.

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  2. cafe

    cafe Member

    The rest of the pics. Ojimak's M2K is in one of them.

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  3. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    Nice models! Clean with crisp sharp lines. They look great! :)
  4. cafe

    cafe Member

    Thank you Zathros.
  5. shika

    shika Member

    Very nice tiny model Cafe.

    I am also interested in the parking wall.
    Do you have the pdf of the wall?

    Thank you.

    Shika ^ ^
  6. cafe

    cafe Member

    Thanks Shika. I'll post the pdf of the parking wall once I get home.
  7. cafe

    cafe Member

    As promised.

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  8. freddyman

    freddyman newbie

    cafe, i never get tired of your mirage family.have you eve head of a miage g8? could be a good poject.love the planes
  9. cafe

    cafe Member

    Thanks, but this Mirage is Chaiwatkom's. :)

    There's a history of the Mirage F1 in 2 volumes available from french publisher Lela Presse. Volume 1 is about all the swept wing projects between the Mirage III and the Mirage F1C. It has lots of plans and drawings (Mirage F2/F3, Mirage G, Mirage F1 01/02/04, Mirage F1M, Mirage F1E M53, Mirage G8 and a few for the ACF). There's even a 3-view of the LTV V507 which competed against what would become the F-14 Tomcat.

    I have this book and I've scanned the plans long ago. What's stopping me is my laziness, the VG mechanism and the main landing gear (the last one also applies to the Mirage F1). :)
  10. Aries1

    Aries1 New Member

    Amo a esta familia de avión, estuve en la Fuerza Aerea Argentina y los he visto operar ( al MIII) incluso en combate y todavía los tenemos!!!!
  11. cafe

    cafe Member

  12. cafe

    cafe Member

    Aries1, I've uploaded a few Mirage III/Mirage 5/Nesher/Dagger/Finger in 1:200 to the download section. You'll have to wait a bit though since they need to be approved first. Among them is a pdf of a Mirage IIIEA and a Finger A in the current markings of the Argentine Air Force.

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