Ishipla Company (IP)
Ishida Plastic Company from Osaka City, Japan and more commonly known for the RC buggy called the "Monster" which in itself was not a great success.
Rotorhead, almost similar to Graupner Bell 212 rotorhead.
Boxer 400 (197#)
Pod and boom with enclosed body; no details held on specifications or date of production though study of the pictures indicates it is fixed pitch with styling and gearbox very much indicative of the late 70's.
Chopper I (198#)
A pod and boom trainer with very high level of Kalt/Hirobo influence. Designed for 40 size engines with fixed fixed pitch rotor head thereby aimed at the raw beginner to helicopters; no other details held on specifications or date of production. Was to be known as the Colt 40 in 1986 when marketed in the USA by CMI (California Model Imports).
An upgraded version of the Chopper I for 50 size engines with collective pitch rotor head though only with 'Hiller' control making it aimed at the advanced beginner; no other details held on specifications or date of production. Was to be known as the Colt 50 in 1986 when marketed in the USA by CMI (California Model Imports).
More scale bodies:
Bell 209 Sea Cobra