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N3188V indicates Bell 206 JetRanger, but the pictures is too dark to confirm if the registration is correct or not?Sixcyl 13:13, 23 May 2011 (MDT)

Seems too square towards the rear of the body and towards the tail. So it maybe a fake index. My money would go on MBB Bo 105 though I'm nowhere near knowledgable enough to say for certain. Sandie 14:35, 23 May 2011 (MDT)
MBB Bo 105 is indeed what it is. I looked up some pics of one and it matches the screenshot exactly (it isn't that dark on my screen). Registration is false, I guess, as Rotorspot indicates Bell 222UT for N3188V (a past reg.). - Kooshmeister
Very similar to this one - Could be N118BV, but still can't find any records. Weird because they've gone through a lot of effort to label the aircraft for such a small scene - that's if it's not real. Bthebest - IMPDb Administrator 08:19, 24 May 2011 (MDT)