Anyone know Whirlybird ?

Does anyone have reliable and verified contact information for Whirlybird?
Thanks
Gondor
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Gondor
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Take a look here. Some background, plus an address:
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Look about half way down.
The only store I know that sells the kits is Aviation Megastore. I think the decals are more widely avaiable.
Simon M.
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Simon M.
Thanks for the info Simon
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Gondor
On a sort of side note. I seem to recall a show on T.V. in the late 50's that was called "Whirlybirds". As I remember this was two guys with one of the very early helicopters like they used for ''Mash'" They had lots of adventures and went on all sorts of -Dangerous- rescues too.
And ALL within the confines of a half-hour show too. The show was just Sooo Great. Well I was really little at the time as well.
This dates back to the time of -Highway Patrol- with Broderik Crofferd -(spelling)
Anyone else remember this one , Hmmm
... Carl ..........
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cyberborg 4000
I do sort of remember repeats of that show or one similar, I am looking for a model company though, small cottage industry company in the UK
Gondor
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Gondor
Yep. Do you recall "Ripcord"? That was one about a group who parachuted into trouble and rescued people. Ken Curtis (Festus Haggins of "Gunsmoke") was in that one and was probably the only time I heard him speak plain English.
Bill Banaszak, MFE Sr.
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Mad-Modeller
Yep. Do you recall "Ripcord"? That was one about a group who
LOVED that show, along with Sky King.
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Curt
I think you just loved Penny. :-)
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Willshak
"From out of the clear blue western sky......"
Cheers,
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Bill Shatzer
Hey , it's the SONGBIRD ...... ! ! !
Geeeze , I sure hope that was the name of the Plane
... cyberborg ..........
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cyberborg 4000

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