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"Airwolf" Bell 222


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I have a bookmark to a website (www.airwolf.tv) that had an Airwolf "technical/flight manual," but that site seems to have gone to 404Land. Might any IPMSers have saved said document?

I'm also looking for a copy of the studio plans of the aircraft, but all I've found online have been low-resolution partial copies. Anybody got the real deal?

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This will be great information. I've always wanted to do a 1/72 scale version of this helicopter. I do still need to find a model that would work for it though.

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Thanks to a respondent on the Starship Modeler forum, I was able to locate some of the info. The site I was looking for has been archived by the Wayback Machine, but some pages are missing.

The studio blueprint can be found here: https://web.archive.org/web/20141014212908/http://projects.airwolf.tv/resources/bpairwolf.html

(click on the image to download a larger version in ZIP format)

The "flight manual" can be found here: https://web.archive.org/web/20140803111230if_/http://projects.airwolf.tv/resources/manual.html

(The "Previous/Next" links on those pages work, or you can use the "Manual Page" links in the lower left-hand corner.)

There were some very nice CAD drawings done by a fan, but those no longer appear to be available, and his email is a defunct hotmail address.

There are also some 3D printed Airwolf and Bell 222 models in various scales available through Shapeways, but they all appear to be solid with no interior. Here's one designer's selection:

https://www.shapeways.com/shops/smallscaleshop?li=pb

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