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Lloyd ,

Another fine aircraft.
While your playing with designs here's one for you. Do you remember the old TV show called "Airwolf"? not sure if it showed up in your neck of the woods. I bet you could do one heck of a design on it. It had both guns and missiles on it. It always reminded me of a shark LOL



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Airwolf Crew.jpg airwolf helicopter 1.jpg Airwolf helicopter model.jpg 

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Ed,
That just brought back memories! I was 25 years old, in the Air Force and flying C-130 Gunships. I think everyone on the base watched that show.
 It would be great if Lloyd put his talents to building this! 

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Brian I was a young whipper snapper myself LOL I'm 64 now so there is a lot water over the bridge but I loved watching that show
An Earnest Borgnine as a co-pilot what was not to like LOL

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Hi ED and Brian
Yes I do remember the old TV show Airwolf it was made from a Bell 222A helicopter.
And now you got me thinking about making it so let me know with one you like put some photos below for you to look at let me know which you think I should make. 1980 Airwolf or Airwolf X

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Ed, Brian, Lloyd -
I watched the show all the time.  Very cool design of that craft.  Can't wait to see how you pull this one off Lloyd.  Your work is very inspirational. 
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Well Lloyd,
I like them both. The 80's one is truer to the show, but the X one is cooler... Soooo I think you have to make one of each LOL

So Brian it's in your court LOL

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Thanks Cindy
Yes I like them both ED and could not make up my mind which one to make so I mix them together

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Lloyd,
That's looking mighty good. I did not think about a merger LOL I guess that's why your the master designer an we get to see the cool things you can do in your program...[thumb]

Cindy, Brian I think we are showing our age here LOL.

So I'll take you one more step back in time  How bout BaBa Black Sheep TV show [wink]

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Lloyd - I love the design.  it is perfect and unique!!!!  Can't wait to see your master craftsmanship on the build. 

Ed - yes, showing my age.  My daughter is actually named after Caitlyn in that show.  That is how much I liked the show.  A little silly but she appreciates my quirkiness. 

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I am amazed at how quickly and neatly you put these designs together!! Wow, I would love to be able to do it. I do all my drawings by hand on paper which takes time. Which program did you use to make the drawings? I assume your Rhino program has also expired like mine.

Yes, my age also gives me away. I loved the show. I am more conservative and prefer the one they used in the series. Especially the one with the standard type of rotors. I would really also like to build one. It is definitely on my to-do list!

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Thanks ED, Cindy, Dolf
Too be honest with you Dolf it took me about one hour to design and I think it will be a easy build.
They is more of the old design in this model than the new Airwolf x and if you look at the drawing for the old airwolf they is no back rotor on it but you watch TV show some times you see it with the back rotor and some times you not see it.

Here is the Airwolf_Blueprint for the Airwolf 1980 from TV show
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Hey Lloyd,
 Sorry I'm so late responding. I guess I'm old school. I like the old version but I also agree with Ed. One of please!!! Lol.
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Hi Brian
It is going to be a few weeks before I make it but it will be the old Airwolf.
Dolf I forget to tell you about a cad software and it is for free and very good Qcad maybe help you just do Google search Qcad.
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Made a start on the next helicopter using wood stain on this one would of liked to get old of red cedar and walnut but can not find in Thailand so having to make do with wood stain put a thick coat polyurethane on it to night and let it go hard for 2 or 3 days and then sand it Down then put a light coat of polyurethane back on it and then make the gun and missiles for it I will put it back on the forums next week some time when it is finished photo not to good getting dark here now.  

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Lloyd,

That's just to good looking for words [thumb]

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