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Some photos from TsAGI museum

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Some photos from TsAGI museum, courtesy Valery Pogodin (c) Avico-Press, via Konstantin Udalov

a, b). One of numberless M-50 variants
c). One of m-58 variants
d). One of M-20 variants
e). Early Tu-204 configuration
f&g). Some of EMZ civil projects
 

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:eek: Oh, the display model in f) was exhibited at MAKS '95 or '99, but unfortunately without any description. Now it's good to know the origin for this crazy design. Thank you, Flateric.
 

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I believe a) and b) are actually M-52. Many thanks to Avico Press for all their great images.
 

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There were some early M-52 models that looked like that.

Some M-50 model variants looked like that too...
 

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