|Mobile Exhibit Company|
|U. S. ARMY CHOPPER|
|The Army Chopper touring exhibit was custom designed and built to represent the American Soldier...rugged, lethal and intimidating when needed, always well-equipped, finely tuned, creative, and adaptive. Built in 2005 by Orange County Chopper out of Montgomery, New York, its unique features generate positive conversations about the Army, Army values and ethics, and the importance of safety--first and always.|
Engine: H&L Big Bore High Performance Billet Aluminum
Transmission: Baker 6 speed, foot control
Wheelbase: 82.5 in.
Weight: 560 lbs.
Top Speed: 145 mph
Array of weapons and accoutrements that represent the tools of a Soldier Warrior
Parking and setup:
The Army Chopper is transported in a 14-foot-long trailer, pulled by a commercial vehicle.
It requires a space at least 10 feet wide by 20 feet long to set up.
The Army Chopper can be set up inside or outside depending on space.
Allow at least one hour for setup.
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Last modified: 17 August 2015