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PostPosted: 20 Dec 2018, 00:25 
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Yes, the C requires quite a bit more work, and I know exactly how to do it too. Get me approximately 20 guys that would be interested in such a conversion, and then it can then become a reality :wink:

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PostPosted: 20 Dec 2018, 09:47 
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Bladerunner wrote:
Yes, the C requires quite a bit more work, and I know exactly how to do it too. Get me approximately 20 guys that would be interested in such a conversion, and then it can then become a reality :wink:


I am in .....(still nineteen more )


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PostPosted: 20 Dec 2018, 18:32 
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Thanks Snoop, now spread the word so we can make it happen ;)

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PostPosted: 25 May 2019, 21:42 
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Hi guys,

Something new from ScaleWorx.

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PostPosted: 25 May 2019, 21:57 
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:smt023 . But where's the 32nd scale one 8)


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PostPosted: 31 May 2019, 14:52 
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Mistral wrote:
:smt023 . But where's the 32nd scale one 8)


I wonder ???
I can see that you reworked the rear end " the rump " , is there a difference from the original kit part ?....
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PostPosted: 31 May 2019, 17:58 
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snoop wrote:
Mistral wrote:
:smt023 . But where's the 32nd scale one 8)



I wonder ???
I can see that you reworked the rear end " the rump " , is there a difference from the original kit part ?....
snoop


Malcom, hahaha... Patience :wink:

Snoop, If you're referring to the tailcone, the Kfir tailcone is shorter and slightly larger diameter. That's also why the brake chute housing has been lengthened for the Cheetah C.

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PostPosted: 01 Jun 2019, 15:40 
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Bladerunner wrote:
snoop wrote:
Mistral wrote:
:smt023 . But where's the 32nd scale one 8)




Malcom, hahaha... Patience :wink:

Snoop, If you're referring to the tailcone, the Kfir tailcone is shorter and slightly larger diameter. That's also why the brake chute housing has been lengthened for the Cheetah C.


humm.!!! my gut tells me that the big scale conversion , is on its good way :wink:

thank you for your reply about the tail cone :smt023
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PostPosted: 08 Jun 2019, 12:59 
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snoop wrote:
humm.!!! my gut tells me that the big scale conversion , is on its good way :wink:

thank you for your reply about the tail cone :smt023
snoop

Snoop, a deserving alias you have... :lol:
I'll see what I can do about that Cheetah C :wink:

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Another new release, and it is a 1/48 Cheetah E resin conversion set with decals for 842 as on display at the Swartkops museum, but this time based on the Kinetic Mirage IIIE.


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One order coming up :smt023 . No intake pylons ? Must check the Kinetic kit parts.


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Mistral wrote:
One order coming up :smt023 . No intake pylons ? Must check the Kinetic kit parts.

Thanks Malcom :smt023
No intake pylons in the resin set, and I don't think the Kinetic kit has them either. The Kinetic Kfir does have them though, if I recall correct.

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PostPosted: 22 Sep 2019, 20:55 
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Hi guys,

The new 1/32 Mirage IIIEZ resin detail set and decals For the Italeri Mirage IIIE:

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1/32 Matra JL-100 resin replacement parts for the Italeri Mirage IIIC or IIIE.

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PostPosted: 17 Oct 2019, 15:44 
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Hi
very nice job ,I like this paint scheme , I could be tempted , the decals look great !!!!
I have seen on LSP that you are now involved in the big scale conversion , well , the Cheetah E seems to be your next =P~ , sure that will be a hit , many people is waiting for such conversion
A friend of mine is actually working on his own Cheetah C conversion , it's a big challenge , I once try myself , but the fuselage cut turned wrong , and the kit ended its "flight into the dustbin :evil:
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PostPosted: 24 Jul 2020, 17:04 
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Hi guys,

The masters for the 1/32 Cheetah E conversion set for the Italeri/new Revell Mirage IIIE were recently completed and the molds are being made at the moment.


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