Question:
Where is the mock-up, and can I see it in-person?
Answer:
The Airwolf mock-up is currently on display at the Tennessee Museum of Aviation in Sevierville, Tennessee.

Question:
How much of this mock-up is original from the show?
Answer:
As the original mock-up was destroyed, this mock-up is completely new.

Question:
Will this mock-up be able to fly?
Answer:
No. Much like the original mock-up, it is a static display constructed from an out-of-hours airframe.

Question:
Why create a new mock-up? Is the show coming back, or a movie?
Answer:
The mock-up is being created to provide an opportunity for fans to see Airwolf on display.

Question:
Is there an interior cockpit like I saw on the show?
Answer:
Only after a second developmental stage that lands Airwolf on the floor will the full interior be constructed. It currently includes the forward cockpit only.

Question:
Will the weapons be deployed?
Answer:
Plans for the diplay included a weapons-out configuration, although currently only the ADF rocket pod is mounted.

Question:
Who oversaw the re-creation?
Answer:
Construction was coordinated and primarily conducted by Steven Stull, also creator of high-quality replica Airwolf helmets. Steven has extensive experience working with composites and put a tremendous amount of detail into the replica.

Question:
Does the museum have a website?
Answer:
Sure does. Visit www.tnairmuseum.com for more information. You can also find extensive embedded links for this and other related websites throughout the project text.

Question:
Why is Airwolf no longer at Halson's Helicopter Museum?
Answer:
Due to construction delays and operational restrictions, the enterprise fell behind essential revenue goals and closed after over a year of operation.

Question:
The museum was custom-built, right? What happened to the building?
Answer:
Dan Haynes custom-designed the building to house displays and interactive exhibits as well as provide a mini-heliport for his tour service. Once sold, it was converted to an adventure golf entertainment center and redecorated to resemble a castle.
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