Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation
Brochet M.B.70 (France)
Two-seat light cabin monoplane of the early 1950s, designed to be amateur-built and powered by a 33.5 kW (45 hp) Salmson 9ADB radial engine. Ten were built for the Service de la Formation Aeronautique et des Sports Aeriens
(SFASA) for distribution among French flying clubs.
Brochet M.B.71 (France)
Similar to the M.B.70 except that power was provided by a 56 kW (75 hp) Minie 4.DC.32 engine.
Brochet M.B.80 (France)
Development of the M.B.71 with a 10.2 cm (4 in) wider fuselage, balanced control surfaces and a steel spring-type landing gear. Ten built for SFASA.
Brochet M.B. 100 (France)
Three-seat development of the M.B.70, not intended for amateur construction. Powered by a 67.8 kW (91 hp) Hirth 504 inverted engine. Five built for SFASA.