Fouga CM-170 - 2 sides


    The Fouga is a subsonic military jet aircraft that was designed in France in the early 1950s. Its creators, Castello and Mauboussin, are at the origin of the acronym CM included in the name. It was still in use at the beginning of the 21st century.

    The Fouga CM-170 is easily recognizable thanks to its V-tail, called "Butterfly" and the distinctive hiss of its reactors which is heard during aerial shows.

    This aircraft was adopted by the French aerobatic's team and was used for acrobatic prowess for twenty-four years, from 1956 to 1980.

    Always looking for legendary aircraft available, we successfully acquired an iconic V shaped vertical stabilizer from a Fouga CM-170 to create a stunning set of Limited Edition of Aircraft Skin Keychains.

    This series features engraving on only one side and our artisans crafted only 60 pieces. We’ve engraved the inner side of the vertical stabilizer, leaving intact the outer part, where the reflective strip is located. This strip gives a magnificent look once the patina appears.

    These Aircraft Skin Keychains were cut from the V-shaped vertical stabilizer of a Fouga CM-170 Magister. This airplane component changes according to flight and storage conditions.

    The photographs of the Aircraft Skin Keychains are shown as an example. Your article will feature slight differences with those presented on this page. It’s the hallmark of their authenticity..

    Two-sided series: We cut out the keychain shape from a section of the vertical stabilizer without the visual strip. Contrary to the one-sided series, here, both sides are engraved. The front is gray or bluish in color and the back has the original green primary layer.

    Aerospace aluminium alloy

    Height: 7.53 cm
    Width: 3.81 cm
    Average thickness: 1.26 mm

    Limited edition of 199 Aircraft Skin Keychains in 2 series

    These Aircraft Skin Keychains are not toys, and are not recommended for children under the age of 8.

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