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Rare French Mauboussin flies again

 

Mauboussin Corsaire M-125 F-PCES returned to the air on August 1. Built in 1938 as an M-129, it was upgraded to an M-125 (with a more powerful Régnier engine) in 1957. It flew with various owners in Romilly-sur-Seine, France until it was bought by Mauboussin Aéro Collection boss Robert Collin in 2006. A restoration was carried out in Troyes, where it is now based. MICK BAJCAR

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