The Super Mystere was the first fighter aircraft to enter production in Western Europe that was supersonic. It was developed from the Mystere IV and featured a revised wing and an after burning jet engine. They were in service in the French Air Force from 1957 to 1977 and were also supplied to Honduras and Israel. In Israeli service, they fought in the Six Day War and Yom Kippur war of 1967 and 1973, where they proved to be a match for the MiG-19 and were well liked by the Israeli pilot.
Frrom Azur co-design (mainly French aircraft) model kits with the MPM/Special Hobby group, which are then produced by Special Hobby in both Frrom Azur and Special Hobby boxings. This kit looks excellent, in common with other recent Special Hobby Kits. This kit is injection moulded plastic with and it looks quite well detailed with fine engraved panel lines with decals provided for 3 different French aircraft.