I've been watching old Airwolf episodes on a UK channel called DMAX, and suddenly I had a hankering for a Wolf in Sheeps clothing (the premise for this is a military copter able to pass itself off as a civilian aircraft fact fans). I did a search on eBay (easiest thing to do IMO) and found a load of radio control Airwolf conversion kits, which you know, sounds like a lot of work. And considering I can't actually get a successful flight from my 'proper' radio control helicopter this didn't sound like a good idea. But then I noticed Die-cast model kits from Aoshima, who they? No idea. But all the ones on eBay were for the international version, which had some sort of weathered underbelly thing, but not one of the auctions had any pictures of the international Airwolf, they all had pictures of the Japanese TV version... which is the one I wanted... So on a hunch I went to HLJ... and BOOM! Suddenly 45 squids worth of attack helicoper. BEHOLD! It comes with a display stand which can vary the tilt of Airwolf, and you shove in a couple of batteries and it runs the two rotors for that helicoptery je ne sais quoi it has. A model Stringfellow Hawke! With a free helicopter for him to sit in! The doors actually open, as well as tiny hatches at the back for the sunburst and kitchen foil stuff. My only complaint is I can't see into the back and see a little Dominic Santini guy sitting at his space age console, shouting 'For Gods sake String! Slow down!' But you don't even need the stand, the landing gear comes out as well! It did come with alternate pieces so the machine guns and rocket pod are not exposed, but that would be BORING. Sweet. Anyway. I happy. I'm off to liberate a South American state with my supersonic chopper.