joncarrfarrelly said:The Air Force Museum website datasheet page on the XB-29 has three photos of the XB-29s:
On one of the photos you can see that there is a plug or filler plate where the turret should be.
I don't think you are going to find a drawing of the XB-29 that doesn't show turrets, the simplest thing to do would
be to take a B-29 drawing and erase the turrets.
U.S. Bombers by Lloyd S. Jones has XB-39 drawings.
Jones U.S.Fighters and U.S. Bombers are commonly available
on the used book market (often available for as little as five dollars US).
While neither is perfect or the be-all-end-all in terms of accuracy they are useful
Not what you asked for but cool anyway.
I have been a fan of B-29 and its derivatives for many years (more than 5 decades!). Unfortunately we have to note the considerable lack of technical material concerning the machine! Most of the 3 views are false, especially in the front compartment and in its perfectly symmetrical shape in both planes, except for the bomber’s bubble, which has a flat lens for the Norden viewfinder. If it helps I tried to solve the problem in my own way to draw a shot of a 1/14 flying semi-model.Forum rules:
* Always be polite, especially to new users, even if they ask questions you find irritating. Nobody was born an expert.
The above response from sferrin would be appropriate if the google searches actually found the images in question.
I checked my B-29 Warbirdtech, it has a 3 view drawing of the YB-29 but not XB-29.