This Focke-Wulf long-range bomber project (also known under the Focke-Wulf drawing number 03.10206.20) was designed under the same specifications as the Ta 400 and Junkers Ju 390. Basically, an aircraft was needed that could carry a payload of 5000 kg (11023 lbs) of bombs 15000 km (9321 miles). The Fw 238 was a large aircraft and was to be constructed entirely of wood. The fuselage was long and boxy, and the wings were tapered on both the leading and trailing edges.6 BMW 803 engines ...with A horizontal tail unit with twin fins and rudders
span 52.00m 118.20cm
length 41.00m 91.00cm
high 9.00m 18.00cm
I've never seen this airplane modelled before. You did a great job with the profile and especially the details. The camo work is first-rate and all of the extras (bombs) are nicely done. Keep bringing us the unknown or forgotten planes!
Thank you so much for your kind words and your remarks aimed at ... I really appreciate it very much ...
This Model is not much information available about it, but I tried as much as possible to draw anything from the pictures available .... Thank you again guys
Awesome! I don't know this plane either but it looks great. The front end and canopy looks like a challenge but you solved it well. Great details too, i like the prop engines and the camo scheme :-) That's quite a wingspan by the way.