Mirage IIIC (oz13508)


Mirage IIIC (oz13508) 1964 - plan thumbnail

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Dassault Mirage IIIC. Free flight scale model for Jetex power.

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Update 21/1/2022: Added 2 more scans to this plan file, thanks to Olivier. Essentially these are different drawings of the same design, with slight variations. Sheet 3 shows a version that has internally mounted Jetex motor and uses an augmenter tube.


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  • (oz13508)
    Mirage IIIC
    from Modele Magazine
    November 1964 
    10in span
    Scale Jetex F/F LowWing Military Fighter
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 06/12/2021
    Filesize: 824KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: OlivierAubard

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A nice scale drawing of a beautiful aircraft. Still I wonder if the model really flew because the thrust vector of the underslung jetex passes way below the center of gravity.
Martin - 21/12/2021
Beautiful plan, and a first-class 3-view, when these do appear on plans they generally are a tiny business. The prettiest design of grumpy old Marcel Bloch/Dassault :-)
Miguel - 21/12/2021
Yes it could fly. My F-102, almost an identical aircraft, with Jetex 50, flew perfectly with the motor mounted in the same position. What's so amazing is it flew so well with NO dihedral at all. Not sure Jetex is still available, mine was built maybe 58 or 59, might fly as a catapult glider.
Doug Smith - 21/12/2021
Yes - Jetex replacements, Tendera rockets, are available from the Vintage Model Co.
John Jones - 21/12/2021
I also have a 3-dimensional plan of the Dassault Mirage 3 in full size. I also have a plan of the Mirage with the jetex inside the fuselage with a tube that leads the gases to the nozzle. Alas the plan is "dirty" and Steve's heart would not resist it ;-) He would make a noise of Hotrod v8
ps: to check that the plan of the Mirage jetex published on Outerzone is at the right dimension ...
Olivier - 21/12/2021
Ah, send us in the 'dirty' plan, we'll have a look at it. I can't gurantee what noise I'll make at that point though. But as long as it is high enough resolution, we can always clean it up :) re dimensions, you mean this plan here? It's scaled to match the 10cm ruler shown at bottom left. Is this not corrrect?
SteveWMD - 21/12/2021
It's perfect ;-)
Olivier - 21/12/2021
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