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
I agree and thank you very much for posting it.Not what you asked for but cool anyway.
Must be the early-on olive drab paint scheme that was not used on full production B-29s.pometablava said: