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Old 03-22-2020, 04:16 PM
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F-100D Super Sabre vs Super Mystere B2 -Sa'ar images

The air intake with the oval shape
ist alnost the same in both planes.
Therefore the HUN vs SAMBAD fightis a very close match fight.
Some more images that shoes the main differences among the two.

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Old 03-23-2020, 05:57 AM
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Job very well done Yair, your F100 is a beauty and I enjoy reading about all the small background facts. You should consider building Yoav's F16a in 1:48, although this aircraft is not really in your favorite era?

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Old 03-23-2020, 08:16 AM
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Dear Erik - first are you are in Netherland now with the corona crysis as I am more than a week at home now.
You are so right regarding the F-16 of Yoav as it is too advaced to my era or on the edge of mine which contains the Saab Viggen or Mirage F1 for the upper era.
I still need to build Yoav silver Super Mystere Meteor and Silver Mirage III al in 1:48 - so the F-16 can wait for his turn later.

Yair
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Old 03-23-2020, 10:26 PM
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F-100D vs F-100C

Two models of the HUN - D and C models. The D model back wing part is different in it's shape toward the connection to fuselage
if we compare to C model in which is straight line.
The D model was more adapted to ground attack missions with better electronic systems and was the most produced as 1200 of 2200 F-100's were D type.

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