The aircraft in the picture is a Messerschmitt-Bolkow-Blohm (MBB) BO 105. ( Or what's left of it.)
No it isn't. And to think they had the answer over 3 years ago.
Sorry to disagree, but Joe Petroni is right. The suggestions of over 3 years ago were all wrong. They do not even come close. The problem with the OPs picture is that we are looking at a semi-transparent model that does not give a true image of it.
Too funny! How the OP could even mistake his own bird is beyond me!And to think they had the answer over 3 years ago.
The Bell 47J Ranger does not have a horizonatal stab, nor an intake above the fuse, among a multitude of other differences.
The Joe Petroni suggested MBB BO 105 fits the OP's picture perfectly. Good eye Joe...Don
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Thank you "copperpen" and Top Gun. The reason I know it is a BO-105, is because I crewed one of the first demo models that Boeing was trying to sell in this country. It was something new at the time with its rigid rotor, and alot of experienced helicopter pilots had a hard time getting used to the very quit response from the rotor to cyclic stick inputs.