Yes, photo of the rough quality... But it seemd to be unique... Colour shema and markings should be like this:hesham said:Hi,
A really picture to Junkers EF-131 six engined jet bomber,and a drawing to
The link is not working my dear Rolf ?.I have only seen a picture of a Junkers Ju 88 as a flying test bed, one fitted with the Junkers Jumo 004 under the port wing.
http://tanks45.tripod.com/Jets45/Histories/Ju88/ju88.htmThe link is not working my dear Rolf ?.
If you like the Ju388, you simply must get this book:I simply love the Ju-388. It combines the sleek look of the Ju-188 with performance similar to the Ju-288.
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Now this next thing is according to Wikipedia, so I am not sure how accurate it is. In regards to all variants, the subtype numbers indicated what engine would be used:
Can anyone please confirm this?
- -1 = BMW 801J
- -2 = Jumo 222A/B or Jumo 222E/F
- -3 = Jumo 213E (Supercharged)
Definitely. Maybe even if you don't like it, but are interested in the period. This is one of the more comprehensive, well-illustrated, and well-written accounts of any aircraft that I have read in the last few years.I simply love the Ju-388. It combines the sleek look of the Ju-188 with performance similar to the Ju-288.
If you like the Ju388, you simply must get this book: