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IAI C-420 Dagger , 1982 Falklands War.

April 3, 2015 in Aviation

Heller kit in 1/48 scale.
I built this plane l in 2002, appeared in the IPMS Stockholm, then in 2007 it went back to disarm, I made some improvements and repainted in version c-420 used in the Falklands War.

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14 responses to IAI C-420 Dagger , 1982 Falklands War.

  1. Nice refurbish job….looks good – I like it.

  2. Unusual subject. Nicely photographed.

  3. WOW that is one sweet looking Mirage !! Super Nice Finish 🙂

    Cheers Brian

  4. Sharp looking Dagger ! And well presented, love the cockpit pic.

  5. With background, it seems real ! Excellent.I much appreciate refurbishing.

  6. A very nice looking and finished Dagger sir.

  7. Cool build and nicely weathered. I like the background, it looks like a photo!

  8. Nice build and nice photos.

  9. Greetings :
    Nice work on that Mirage, nice work on the photography.

  10. Ricardo,
    Excellent looking model.

  11. A very nice looking Dagger. Always loved the look of this Mirage derivative. The Italeri version of this type has the markings of the Israeli Jet ace of aces Giora Epstein. He achieved some of his kills whilst flying the Dagger/Nesher.

  12. I never thought about doing a “re-do” – great idea! Very nicely done. I enjoy subjects in other-than-nationality-of-the-subject livery. Nice weathering as well.

  13. Very realistic photos, a nice build.

  14. Hello Ricardo,

    Excellent model, with lots of history.
    I did read the book “Wings over the Malvinas” from Santiago Rivas.
    That gave me the right information on operations during the conflict.

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