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09-02-2020 09:17 PM  27 days ago
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hunter13

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Bell 222 Identification
Can someone help me identify what brand fuselage this is? It is 57 inches long nose to tail with built in retracts.

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09-03-2020 12:52 AM  26 days ago
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Looks like a Centuryheli fuse
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09-03-2020 01:02 AM  26 days ago
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it looks nice is what it looks!

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I didn't crash. I just ran out of airspeed, altitude, and ideas all at the same time!
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09-06-2020 06:03 PM  23 days ago
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Thanks for the input fellas. It is a Kalt Bell Twin 222 .60. I found it here locally a week ago. It was stored up on top of a roof in an auto body shop. The owner had passed and his grandson found it. Covered in about 1/4 inch of dust it looks like it had been sitting since the 80's. It cleaned up really well and only in need of a Freshening up. It appears if may have a Gasser setup in it but I won't be sure until it get the .60 frames I ordered.It's alot easier to beg forgivness than to ask permission
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