The Bell 47 is a two-bladed, single engine, light helicopter originally designed and manufactured by Bell Helicopter Corp.
The Bell 47 entered U.S. military service in late 1946, in a variety of versions and designations for three decades.
In the Korean War, it was designated the H-13 Sioux by the United States Army, and became forever associated with
"M.A.S.H. 4077" (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital). Among it's other distinctions is that of being the first Helicopter to fly
over the Alps. (Although many Chopper Pilots will tell you that they don't really "Fly". "We simply beat the air into submission!") More than 5,600 Model-47's were built by Bell. However, with so many extra parts produced to support
the Model-47, there were actually more 47's assembled and flown than Bell manufactured.
It's unclear how many are still operational.

This Helicopter is made from the Coke Ornamental Bottle and Coke Cans
but can be made from any 12 or 16 oz Beverage Can.

Sample Pages

Manual # 23