junkers EF 128 nightfighters by az model?

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what do you guy think? Accurate (considering that I couldn't find any original drawing of this variant I would say yes)?

 

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Accuracy without reference is impossible, merely a best guess.
 

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Some original drawings are reproduced in Dan Sharp (Our newsdeksdan); Secret Projects of the Luftwaffe: Vol. 1, Jet fighters 1939-1945, Mortons, 2020.

I have one of the AZ kits and, although I have not checked the accuracy, it looks convincing with some nice detail (by short-run standards).

But I have not seen anything other than Internet fancruft on any two-seat variant. I suspect it may have been allowed for in the basic design, but might well have been just a planned upgrade path rather than any specific design study. (always delighted to be proved wrong).

Huma did an injection kit of the single-seater, which also looks reasonable. Oddly, both kits include something a bit like a crude placeholder for and engine or (misshapen) duct, which seems a bit odd.
 
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