1/32 Mirage

Hi Troops:
I was scrolling down the latest Greatmodels sales list and
noticed the item below. My first guess is the Revell 1/32 Mirage
with some resin accessories. Does anybody know for sure what this
kit is based on??
High Planes Models 1/32 Mirage IIIE/R//RS Fighter/Recon
Bill Shuey
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William H. Shuey
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It's the old Revell kit with decals for a couple of RAAF IIIOs
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Dave Williams
I had one of these back in the late 70s. As I remember, it was pretty grim with lots of warped parts and other fit problems, rather poor engineering, and LOTS of flash on most of the parts. I also remember it having some rough surface issues and improperly molded parts. I freely confess that I never got past some initial construction before losing interest in it and relegating it to the trash can.
Until the recent releases by Trumpeter, Tamiya, and Hasegawa of good 1/32 scale kits, I hadn't really ventured much into that scale since the 70s but these respectable kits have revitalized my interest in them.
I'd like to see an up-to-date 1/32 version of the Mirage III C/E and/or an F-1; more likely (if at all) it would be Trumpeter than Tamiya or Hasegawa.
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Bill Woodier
where's my 1\32 walrus?
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I have one of these, and a Kfir conversion kit for it - the conversion kit is certainly better quality than the Mirage. But if you want one, it's all you've got...
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Yes it is a rebox of the Revell kit. Bill Wesley Hampton Roads Hobby
William H. Shuey wrote:
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Bill Wesley
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Hi Bill
It's the Revell mirage III. I have one for sale if you want...
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Flying Frog

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