What first appears as a compact version of the heavy-lift Erickson Air-Crane (nee the Sikorsky S-64 Skycrane) is in reality a 1960s era Soviet light utility coaxial helicopter. Over 800 were produced between 1969 and 1985. Judging by the numbers of online videos available, today it seems to be a popular platform in eastern Europe for civilian crop-dusting work. What appear to be its two big jet turbines positioned above and behind the pilots’ cabin are actually radial piston engines which must run at 95 percent of full power during flight, leaving almost nothing to draw upon in a flight emergency. This aircraft is notorious for needing frequent maintenance. The ‘Hoodlum’ moniker originates from NATO, not the Soviets. My Lego model is 139 pieces.