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  1. Old 1975 tooling of airfix fouga magister. For such an old model surprisingly good fits and still good decals!
  2. Fouga CM.170 Magister "French, Belgian & Irish Service" 1:72 Special Hobby (72371) The Magister is probably Fouga's most well know design even though they had been producing aircraft since 1936. Post war the company was working on sailplanes and the heritage from this can be seen in the Magister design. In 1948 the French Air Force were looking for a jet powered aircraft to replace the then piston engine trainers. Fouga's original design the CM130 was underpowered with two Turbomeca Palas engines. Fouga then re-designed their aircraft to incorporate the more powerful
  3. Fouga CM.170 Magister "Exotic Air Forces" 1:72 Special Hobby The Magister is probably Fouga's most well know design even though they had been producing aircraft since 1936. Post war the company was working on sailplanes and the heritage from this can be seen in the Magister design. In 1948 the French Air Force were looking for a jet powered aircraft to replace the then piston engine trainers. Fouga's original design the CM130 was underpowered with two Turbomeca Palas engines. Fouga then re-designed their aircraft to incorporate the more powerful Marbore engines, et voilà
  4. Source: http://modelweb.modelforum.cz/2013/10/19/novinky-od-mpm-production-na-rijen-2013/?lang=CS MPM is working on 1/72nd Potez-Air-Fouga CM.170R Magister (& Tzukit) and CM.175 Zéphyr kits. Bad news for the Valom similar project: http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234946157-172nd-potez-air-fouga-cm170r-magister-by-valom/?hl=magister V.P.
  5. Fouga CM.170 Magister "German, Finnish & Austrian" (72373) 1:72 Special Hobby The Magister is probably Fouga's most well know design even though they had been producing aircraft since 1936. Post war the company was working on sailplanes and the heritage from this can be seen in the Magister design. In 1948 the French Air Force were looking for a jet powered aircraft to replace the then piston engine trainers. Fouga's original design the CM130 was under-powered with two Turbomeca Palas engines. Fouga then re-designed their aircraft to incorporate the more power
  6. Source: http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234949713-any-other-new-telford-news/page-3 Kinetic - and obviously later Wingman Models (http://wingmanmodels.com) - is to release a 1/48th Potez-Air-Fouga CM170R Magister kit - ref.48051. Any pictures from this Kinetic 1/48th Fouga Magister test build/test shot? V.P.
  7. Tanmodel as contractor, partner or challenger for DACO's (http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234988158-132-potez-air-fouga-cm170r-magister-by-daco-products-cadsmarket-enquiry/) 1/32nd Potez-Air-Fouga CM-170R Magister kit project? That's the question. Source: http://www.greenmats.club/topic/1722-tanmodel-новый-проект-в-132/ The following message was published in the Tanmodel Facebook before being promptly erased. V.P.
  8. Fouga Magister/Zephyr Update sets 1:72 Special Hobby Following on from their excellent kits of the Magister and Zephyr, Special Hobby are now producing their own aftermarket sets. The first two for these aircraft are a set of seats and wheels. Seats The seats are just for the magister and as well as being designed for the Special Hobby kits they should fit the kits from Airfix, Heller and Vallom. They are well cast and should be an easy drop in fit. Wheels These are for all aircraft, and again as well as being designed for the Special Hobby kits they should fit the kits from A
  9. It is just simply to show how AMK develop model kits. The 10 processes are listed below: 1. Information Gathering. 2. 3D Design. 3. Sprue Design/Mould Layouts. 4. Mould Design. 5. Mould Making. 6. Plastic Testing. 7. Box Design. 8. Manual Design. 9. Decal Design. 10. Professional Review. Pictures of each process will come correspondently................
  10. After its future Aero L-29 Delfin (http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234934843-148th-aero-l-29-delfin-by-avantgarde-model-kits-cad-drawing/) the next AvantGarde Model 1/48th kit should be a Potez Air Fouga CM.170R Magister - ref.88004 Source: https://www.facebook.com/AMKHOBBY?ref=stream V.P.
  11. I have a Heller Magister taking up shelf space, however I have a big reluctance to build it OOB because it's hardly inspirational as such... Option 1: Patrouille De France 1978, could there be a more colourful scheme? Or a more common combination...(tied perhaps with a Red Arrow Hawk) Option 2: All silver West Germany WS50 19966. Could this be the most boring Heller scheme? So without buying an AM decal sheet what could I come up with? 1. Put it back on the shelf 2. Build but don't paint/decal 3. Spend more money on decals, and blowing apart the idea of cheap + cheerful. 4. Wiff... Whi
  12. Fouga CM.170 Magister 1:48 AMK AvantGarde Model Kits The Magister is probably Fouga's most well know design even though they had been producing aircraft since 1936. Post war the company was working on sailplanes and the heritage from this can be seen in the Magister design. In 1948 the French Air Force were looking for a jet powered aircraft to replace the then piston engine trainers. Fouga's original design the CM130 was underpowered with two Turbomeca Palas engines. Fouga then re-designed their aircraft to incorporate the more powerful Marbore engines, et voilà the CM170 Magister. The
  13. Fouga Magister 1:48 Kinetic The Magister is probably Fouga's most well know design even though they had been producing aircraft since 1936. Post war the company was working on sailplanes and the heritage from this can be seen in the Magister design. In 1948 the French Air Force were looking for a jet powered aircraft to replace the then piston engine trainers. Fouga's original design the CM130 was underpowered with two Turbomeca Palas engines. Fouga then re-designed their aircraft to incorporate the more powerful Marbore engines. This became the CM170 Magister. The distinctive V tail, an
  14. Source IPMS Belgium news Valom , aircraft, injection, 1/72 Fouga Magister Several boxings : ref. 72084 http://www.aviationmegastore.com/fouga-cm170r-magister-luftwaffe-72084-valom-vaclav-lomitzk-val7284-scale-modelling/product/?shopid=LM51c6cddd39ba56498c089f571e&action=prodinfo&parent_id=212&art=116595 ref.72083 http://www.aviationmegastore.com/fouga-cm170-magister-french-af-72083-valom-vaclav-lomitzk-val7283-scale-modelling/product/?shopid=LM51c6cddd39ba56498c089f571e&action=prodinfo&parent_id=212&art=116594 V.P.
  15. I scanned one of these a few weeks ago so I thought I may as well scan the others from this display at Fairford, 1997:
  16. Been busy with work so not a chance to get any modelling done in a while, so it was time to move out of my 1/144 scale zone and onto something a little bigger. This is the vintage Heller Fouga kit, to say it was a challenge would be an understatement. I built this for a workmate who wanted it for his Father, it is all raised detail and due to age some of the kit parts had warped including the wings and fuselage, Main ref book was Fouga Magister, An Irish Perspective By Joe Maxwell and Radu Brinzan As it is such an odd scale Maxdecals 1/48 sheet was used instead, it was my first time using
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