Actually, it would take some thought as to tool design, but the Westland Whirlwind (helicopter) is very under-represented generally, and off the top of my head I can come up with UK versions as RAF SAR (yellow), RN SAR (blue and red), RN admiral's barge "green parrot" and a Junglie. US Coastguard and civvie with wheels or pontoons. You get the idea; there are lots of possibilities although I suspect a need for at least 2 fuselages and tail booms.
Look at the Corgi Whirlwinds, to date they have done HAS,7 ,Royal Navy, for this you need deep floor with torpedo compartment, canked tail,piston nose .
HAR.10, shallow floor, turbine nose, cranked tail.
HC.10, 230 sqn as above.
HMS Protector HAR.1 , piston, nose straight tail ,shallow floor ,flotation gear .
For US versions the nose has slightly different nose vents so that is another variation of the nose tooling.