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SA365N Dauphin Helicopter

This is a 1/48 scale SA365N Dauphin helicopter plastic model helicopter.

Trumpeter SA365N Dauphin Helicopter Plastic Model Kit 1/48 Scale #2816
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"Basic Trumpeter kit"
emaurice (Denver, CO)
This kit does a good job with the basic shape of the helicopter. Unfortunately the main cabin is very sparse, and the side windows do not fit very well. The blades also look wrong. However, with a little bit of care, this kit can turn really nicely, and its assembly is much simpler than the newly-released Kitty Hawk model. Note that you cannot depict a first generation USCG Dolphin using this kits because the cabin layout and windows are different.

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As a replacement for the Skylark Helicopter, Aerospatiale started planning the Dauphin helicopter between 1968 and 1969. In June 1972 the prototype test flight was conducted. The SA365N, whose maiden fight was made in March 1979, was the modified version of SA365C. There were a number of modifications made such as enlarging the rear rotor and changes to the nose, cabin door and blades. Further changes from the SA360 Dauphin were made, including the use of twin engines instead of a single; the front landing gear was turned into triangular to a front triangular shape in order to reduce air resistance. By January 1986, there were 362 SA365N imported by 34 countries. The Harbin Aero-Industrial Corp of China manufactured fifty SA365N/N1 Dauphins under license and these were used for both military and civilian purposes. In 1994, domestically produced parts were adopted into the production of another 30 Dauphins including new engines.

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