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Brazilian Navy Linx Helicopter
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My Version is the Brazilian navy one
The Westland Lynx is a British helicopter designed by Westland and built at Westland's factory in Yeovil. Originally intended as a utility craft for both civil and naval usage, military interest led to the development of both battlefield and naval variants, which went into operational usage in 1977 and were later adopted by the armed forces of over a dozen nations, where it primarily serves in the battlefield utility, search and rescue and anti-submarine warfare rles. The helicopter is now produced and marketed by AgustaWestland.
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  July 13, 2012
i gotta say best british chopper ive seen oh not to be mean but its lynx not linx srry if i give hard feeling...!:) oh and try to make the eh 101 merlin helicopter.../
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  July 13, 2012
i gotta say best british chopper ive seen oh not to be mean but its lynx not linx srry if i give hard feeling...!:) oh and try to make the eh 101 merlin helicopter.../
 I like it 
  July 13, 2012
i gotta say best british chopper ive seen oh not to be mean but its lynx not linx srry if i give hard feeling...!:) oh and try to make the eh 101 merlin helicopter.../
 I like it 
  July 13, 2012
i gotta say best british chopper ive seen oh not to be mean but its lynx not linx srry if i give hard feeling...!:) oh and try to make the eh 101 merlin helicopter.../
 I like it 
  July 13, 2012
i gotta say best british chopper ive seen oh not to be mean but its lynx not linx srry if i give hard feeling...!:)
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  April 27, 2009
hey dude i am working on a helicopter as well but i must say your is exellent and remindes me of the jurrasic park helicopter
 I made it 
  January 20, 2009
Quoting Steffen Kasteleiner Thanks for the really nice comment on my cargo planes! I am happy to hear that my jets have been an inspiration for you to build your own one! Im actually really curious about your upcoming one now. And there arent too many builders out there who have built one or who like to build that type of aircraft... So Im happy to get some more company:) 10 stud-wide fuselage sounds good - and is necessary to make bigger vehicles fit in it. Of course, you can name your plane however you want. Though I have to say that I'm currently building on my C-3M, a giant, even much bigger cargo aircraft - a military one. The "KAAI" I made up stands for "Kasteleiner Aircraft & Aerospace Industries", by the way. So I guess your plane is rather gonna be a Republic Vaiano model, right? My current WIP, if youre interested, will have a 16-studs-wide fuselage and a 10 or 12-wide cargo hold (the floor).I t currently is ca. 114 studs long and might get prolonged to about 120 studs (because of the tail construction yet to be finally designed and a potential slight lengthening of the cargo hold); the wingspan measures 124 studs so far... Nose and cockpit are designed and ready, too. For the tail section, Im tending towards a double side rudder similar to the one of an Antonov An-225 - an if not that, then Ill give it another T-tail. Just to make you curious... Thanks again for the great comment! Best regards, Steffen
Why you gotta be so evil? I must see that plane done!!!! Allright, I can name it C- other number. My industrie will be VAe (Vaiano Aerospace). Im sending you by e-mail some pics of it. Its more than half way done, but its still wip. Bruno
  January 20, 2009
Thanks for the really nice comment on my cargo planes! I am happy to hear that my jets have been an inspiration for you to build your own one! Im actually really curious about your upcoming one now. And there arent too many builders out there who have built one or who like to build that type of aircraft... So Im happy to get some more company:) 10 stud-wide fuselage sounds good - and is necessary to make bigger vehicles fit in it. Of course, you can name your plane however you want. Though I have to say that I'm currently building on my C-3M, a giant, even much bigger cargo aircraft - a military one. The "KAAI" I made up stands for "Kasteleiner Aircraft & Aerospace Industries", by the way. So I guess your plane is rather gonna be a Republic Vaiano model, right? My current WIP, if youre interested, will have a 16-studs-wide fuselage and a 10 or 12-wide cargo hold (the floor).I t currently is ca. 114 studs long and might get prolonged to about 120 studs (because of the tail construction yet to be finally designed and a potential slight lengthening of the cargo hold); the wingspan measures 124 studs so far... Nose and cockpit are designed and ready, too. For the tail section, Im tending towards a double side rudder similar to the one of an Antonov An-225 - an if not that, then Ill give it another T-tail. Just to make you curious... Thanks again for the great comment! Best regards, Steffen
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  January 20, 2009
Hey Bruno, this is my favorite one of all your choppers. The cockpit design is really nice, especially with the upper extra windows which increase the sight. Nose and body look good, too. Im with David concerning the smoothness abouve the windscreen, but other than that, a very nice model!
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  January 7, 2009
Get building for the contest! Deadline is 1-11-09.
Bruno  Vaiano
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jamie hewitt
  December 29, 2008
awsome but its spellt lynx
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  December 29, 2008
awesome man love the cockpit! please check out my latest creation:)
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  December 29, 2008
Very cool! Nice work on the fuselage, especially. Good work! :)
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  December 29, 2008
This looks pretty good Bruno. I actually thought i of building a Linx but i never got around to it....oh well. Yours is really nice though. The only thing i would ty to do is to maybe smooth it out a little bit above the wind screen other then that its good....also i like the controls in the cockpit-----David
 
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