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Wild Quest Rescue Patrol : Transport Helicopter

Thursday, May 13, 2010

One of the absolute classics and particularly, in Wild Quest colors, the first release of this CM CH-47 Chinook. 

Although today Chap Mei holds a lot of great military vehicles, this model still stands as the "first great one".

 Included items. The helicopter can be removed from the black stand by unscrewing two plastic pieces.

Included accessories

The included cage is the same model from the Wild Quest Rescue Patrol Playset - Rover. You just put in on top of the rover´s trailer and go!

Animal: Hippopotamus. Still one of the best Chap Mei animals. Pushing the button will cause the mouth to close.

Figure: "Camou Jack". Refer to Wild Quest Rescue Patrol Playset - Rover for more details.

The transport helicopter. Refer to Elite Operations Air Force Helicopter for more details and considerations on this model.

Being the original model, this toy comes with working SFX. Siren and rotor blades movement sound.

 Different angles to further complete an already done helicopter review in Elite Operations Air Force Helicopter .

Action shots. Cargo moving!

Status: Available in camouflaged pattern through Amazon.com

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2 comments: to “ Wild Quest Rescue Patrol : Transport Helicopter

  • Ghouldrool
    May 13, 2010 at 9:56 PM  

    Wonderful. I've often wondered which paint scheme was the very first. I also love the Dino Valley colours - Dark green camo!
    But my all time favorite is the Police Force version in white with blue! If I'd only have to choose one because of space limitation, that would be it. It's also the toughest one to find, I'll bet.

  • Luís "ToneGuns" Galileu Tonelli
    May 14, 2010 at 1:16 AM  

    It's a cool vehicle in ANY color scheme.

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