You Gotta See The New Helicopter Shake and Bake

I was talking to my friend last night. He’s thinking about purchasing a new helicopter. I told him, “You gotta see the new helicopter shake and bake.”

He said he didn’t know much about it. I told him, “It’s better than the original shake and bake.” It’s got a whole lot of new features that will blow your mind.

I asked him if he wanted to come over and fly it with me on my flight simulator. He said he couldn’t because he was flying his wife to a fundraiser for people with narcolepsy. I told him, “You gotta see the new helicopter shake and bake.” He said he’d check it out after the fundraiser.

If you’re in the market for a helicopter, you owe it to yourself to check out our new line of 2012 helicopters. You won’t believe your eyes!

Our latest model is the stunningly beautiful “Shake and Bake”. Here are just some of the amazing features of this helicopter:

* State of the art rotary blades.

* Powerful tail propeller.

* Beautiful leather seats.

* Stylish interior design elements.

* Cool decals.

We know that once you see our new “Shake and Bake” helicopter, you will agree that it’s simply the best on the market today. So come down to our dealership and be prepared to be dazzled!

The new helicopter is being released next month, and we have the details on the features and price. The new helicopter will be available in both standard and deluxe models. The standard model has a 6-gal gas tank, a top speed of 80 mph, and a range of 500 miles. The deluxe model has an 18-gal tank, a top speed of 90 mph, and a range of 800 miles. Both models are available in your choice of green or red.

The standard model lists for $110,000; the deluxe model lists for $130,000. Delivery will take between 4-6 weeks from the time you order. Call us at 1-800-555-1212 to place your order today!

The base model of the new helicopter comes with a lot of features people have been asking for:

– Easy to fly and stable

– 7200 RPM turbine engine with an efficient, low vibration design

– Digital cockpit displays provide easy access to key flight data

– Composite airframe made from advanced materials provides a strong, yet lightweight structure

– The base price of the helicopter is $10M. With these extra features, we expect sales to increase substantially.

So you want to buy a helicopter. But you don’t know where to start? There are so many features to consider, so many options and add-ons, that it can get overwhelming very quickly.

Not to worry. We’ve been in this business for over 30 years now, and we’ve seen it all before. We’ll walk you through the process step by step, and help you select the right model of helicopter for your needs.

The first question is: why do you want a helicopter? The answer may seem obvious, but there’s more to it than just “because they’re cool.” There are lots of things that are cool but won’t pay off in the long run, like a pet chimpanzee or a heated swimming pool. Helicopters are expensive toys. If all you’re doing is flying around for fun, then maybe you should stick with model airplanes or kites for now. On the other hand, if your goal is practical, say commuting to work or transporting construction materials to remote building sites, then a helicopter could make a lot of sense.

The Model A is our all-new helicopter. It has a completely re-imagined body and chassis, with better maneuverability and improved aerodynamics. The new design makes it a joy to fly, whether you’re dropping in on your friends or just cruising around town.

The price of the Model A is $100,000,000, including the cost of the engine, but not including the cost of paint.

Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.

The price of a helicopter has come down so much that it’s now within reach of almost anyone. In the past, you used to have to be a millionaire in order to own one. But not any more.

Most people probably couldn’t afford even the cheapest model on the market today. But there are hundreds of thousands of people who could go out right now and buy one today, if they wanted to, without putting themselves under any financial strain.

Who are they? They are the people who make up our middle class–the teachers, the firefighters, the police officers, the small-business owners, and other ordinary citizens who work hard and play by the rules but still can’t seem to get ahead.

Why do I say that? Because if you were an ordinary citizen in America who had managed to set aside $50,000 in savings over your lifetime–which is not an easy thing to do–you could put that money toward buying a brand new helicopter for yourself and your family

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