J-C Carbonel's books are pretty close:Is there a book covering all the different Dassault designs?
Michel: this is not quite right. The Mirage G and F2 were different airframes. The G crashed but the F2 still exists. Somewhere on this thread, 12 years ago, or on another forum, I said it was at the CEAT in Balma, in a suburb of Toulouse. CEAT is destructive testing of airframes. Fortunately the F2 escaped that fate and has spent the last 50 years or so (it last flew in 1969) outside the CEAT.I made some "recherché"
The F2 prototype was disassemble in 1967 to become Mirage G (F2 - Fuselage and Engine)
Sadly the Mirage G crashed on 13 January 1971 and was destroyed...
What happened to F-3 mock up no info, likely they re-used it for Mirage G4/8 Mockup or scraps it...
Ohhh, look at the landing gear on that!!
That website is a treasure trove.Models.
Thanks for trying anyway.I did get a reply from Dassault.
Thank you very much for your interest in our company and our aircraft.
Nonetheless we cannot answer to your request.
With some research, we don't have any public documentation about your demand.
Thank you for your comprehension,
I did expect something like this to be honest.