Probably i have thinked about german designations !Jemiba said:Indeed, it could have been real, but the designation is wrong, I think.
MS.407, 408 or something like that, ok, but as it would have been just
a variant of the basic 406, the first digit would have remained the same,
I think. Just remember the MS.470 Vanneau (in-line), with the later variants
MS.472 and 474 (radial) and 475 (again in-line).
And so the MS.506 was a re-engined MS.500 Criquet later.
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