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The Fuselage is from a Tu-4 and the engines, tail and Wings are from a Tu-16

 

And the numbers from the LSK....

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very believable,the wing sweep angle might be adgusted to be less swept but still really convincing and definatly looking like it could be a real prototype.

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nice kit-bash!!

 

you know, of course, all those follow-ons to the Bull are/were based off that Superfort design (evolutionary sorta thing)

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337 Stratoliner, C-97/KC-97. (all based off B-50, an outgrowth of the B-29)

 

hard to put one over on me with US birds!! :lol:

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You know I like you, but you have no idea about soviet planes :lol:

 

Tu-80 Bomber based on the Tu-4 (which was a copy of the B-29)

Tu-85

Tu-70 was invented from the Tu-4

Tu-75 from the Tu-70

 

Tu70.gif

 

cheeers my friend

:drinks:

Edited by 76.IAP-Blackbird

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admitedly, not as "current" on Red Air as I'd like to be!! :grin:

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