The He 111Z Zwilling was a design that entailed the merging of two He 111s. The design was originally conceived to tow the Messerschmitt Me 321 glider. Initially, four He 111 H-6s were modified. This resulted in a twin-fuselage, five-engine aircraft. They were tested at Rechlin, and the pilots rated them highly. The He 111 Z-2s and Z-3s were also planned as heavy bombers carrying 1,800 kg (3,970 lb) of bombs and having a range of 4,000 km (2,500 mi). The ETC extensions allowed for a further four 600 L (160 US gal) drop tanks to be installed.


IN: 1.988 w x 0.92 d x 0.544 h
CM: 5.05 w x 2.336 d x 1.382 h


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@Ardak Uploading them today
November 22, 2013, 4:57 pm
Oh,My!! How could I have forgotten these WW2 era aircraft for my 1/700 wishlist? Dutch Fokker T.IV Fokker T.V Fokker T.VIII Fokker T.IX Fokker C.XIV Fokker D.XXI Fokker D.XXIII Fokker G.1
April 16, 2013, 9:04 pm
Wikipedea All of these aircraft are WW2 era machines
April 16, 2013, 12:07 am
@Ardak sounds like I better start looking for reference material.
April 16, 2013, 12:03 am
Since you're asking, YES, there are. This is my wishlist in 1/700. It's a big one. Feel free to share with your fellow designers. France Br-693 D.520 Loire 130 Late 298 Amiot 354 LN-401 Late 381 LeO 451 USSR SB-2 Be-4 MBR-2 MDR-6 Su-2 Il-4 Pe-8 Pe-2 Il-2M3 Yak-9 Tu-2 Britain Fulmar Blenheim MkIV Wellington Beaufort Swordfish Albacore Beaufighter Firefly Sea Otter Sea Gladiator German Do-18 He-115 Me-109T Do-217 Ju-290 Bv-222 Fi-167 Me-264 Italian Cant Z.501 Cant Z.506 Imam Ro.43 Fiat BR-20 Ba.88 Cant Z.1007 G.50bis RE.2001 SM-84 P.108 Fiat RS-14 RE.2002 Ca.314 USA Hudson B-17D PBM Mariner A-20C A-20G A-26B PB4Y-2 Japan E14Y Glen F1M2 Pete Ki-21 Sally E13A Jake A6M2-N Rufe J7W2 Kikka What do you think, eh?
April 16, 2013, 12:00 am
@Ardak Anything else you would like to see, doing a B-29 and and Stuka G
April 15, 2013, 7:30 pm
@Ardak Going to be big. I will do it, should have it next week
April 15, 2013, 6:45 pm
HOw about the Me 321 Gigant in 1/700 to go with this model?
April 15, 2013, 6:10 pm
Awesome work!!!
April 14, 2013, 9:25 pm


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