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Old 03-15-2022, 03:10 PM
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Would anyone possibly have the plans and drawings that came with the Larry Jolly Airwolf fuselage? I am working on getting one from a guy and would love to build it.

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I’m not aware that it came with any drawings. I worked for Century Helicopters when we purchased the molds from Larry. There were no drawings with the lot of stuff that Larry sent us. Likewise when we used Larry’s molds as a foundation to produce new molds for the Century Airwolf, we included no drawings. At that time the fuselage could have incorporated GMP, X-Cell, Kalt or Schluter mechanics. We simply could not provide instructions to suit every mechanics set that may have been used so we provided none.
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No, they had a sheet on the full scale set up. I thought there were some ply parts too. I just got one and it has just the fuse and wheel wells and top. Just looking for ideas to finish it.
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These might help, love the Airwolf.










The ones with "Copyright" across them were from an old French site that was closed down about 10 + yrs ago form memory.

I just retired my one from almost 20 yrs ago. Have a new design that I have worked up that is more aggressive looking that the original and should be in the air in the coming months.

Regards,

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No, they had a sheet on the full scale set up. I thought there were some ply parts too. I just got one and it has just the fuse and wheel wells and top. Just looking for ideas to finish it.
I just came across your post and you are Correct. I know this because I have All that comes in the original kit came with. It's all in the original kit box and unbuilt. I was really surprised to read that someone else has an original AirWolf. I just LOVE to know this. I even have the original paint codes for the dark gray and off white. Not black. Hope to hear from you. Gary
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I just came across your post and you are Correct. I know this because I have All that comes in the original kit came with. It's all in the original kit box and unbuilt. I was really surprised to read that someone else has an original AirWolf. I just LOVE to know this. I even have the original paint codes for the dark gray and off white. Not black. Hope to hear from you. Gary
any chance I could get a tracing of the wood parts and a thickness for them?
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I know where I put them and it will take me a little bit to unpack them but it should be No Problem. The thickness will just be up to your discretion but the stencils are in the instruction book
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Let me know and I’ll send you an address you can send them to her an email you can email it picture to with sizes whatever’s easiest for you
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  1. Ok n/p
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Still looking please be patient should get to them on Sunday, thx Gary
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FOUND THEM, I will get a copy made of what you need, I have to go into town on Tuesday and will get it done then, Gary
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Hay Flyboy, You Got Mail, Gary

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