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    Miniature working Airwolf helicopter from the establishing mountain hangar shots for Airwolf. Miniature working Airwolf helicopter from the establishing mountain hangar shots for Airwolf. (CBS TV, 1984-1986) This is a mechanical miniature model of the famous Airwolf helicopter that was at the center of the 80s high-tech military TV series. The actual Airwolf copter was actually a conventional Bell 222 helicopter subsidized and modified with props for the TV show. Constructed of metal, resin, plastic and wood components and measuring 7 x 21.5 in. with a 21 in. blade, from tip to tip. Expertly painted in hyper-realistic military stealth green and khaki. The model is outfitted with separate internal electric motors (powered by a 9-volt battery) allowing the main rotor to rotate slowly, while the tail rotor spins at high speed (functional). Visible in virtually every episode of the series in the establishing mountain hangar sequence. In production-used very good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2013
    21st Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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