The fun I had what-ifing Unicraft model kits
By Tophe Meunier, grateful client of Igor Shestakov (2008/11/09th, updated 2023/06/11th)

- / What is this about ?
A/ Creations from Unicraft models
B/ Other creations
C/ Mixing different models
D/ What-ifing old models
E/ Never finished models
- / (link to the workbench steps - when the what-if modellers site discard old topics)

What is this about ?
Explanation for Non-what-if-modellers - (Aircraft) modellism principle : as very few people are rich enough to build personal actual airplanes, it is more commonly enjoyable to simply build at reduced scale (in plastic or resin or wood) replicas of what they are (or were), as aesthetical (or full of history) as the Real ones. This is Realist modellism.
- Objection : far from love towards History, some fun in modellism comes from do-it-yourself quiet activity, with pleasant « aerodynamic » objects as results. So there is no need to copy what is in airfields or museums : a further pleasure may come from creation, invention.
- What-if modellism (unrealistic modellism) step 1 : "What-if France bought F-16 instead of Mirage? What if the B-36 was a water bomber ?" - it may be pleasant, funny, to change the colours, to be better (in efficiency or aesthetics for instance) or to be voluntarily absurd (or pacifist).
- What-if modellism step 2 : it may be pleasant to build un-built machines, cancelled before completion or rejected before any order.
- What-if modellism step 3 : it may be pleasant to build personally-modified famous aircraft, playing as a joke the role of designer/improver or fan inventing possible new versions (for instance : uncommon from classical or unarmed from highly gunned).
- What-if modellism step 4 : it may be pleasant to invent completely craft that do not exist at all, using for source either raw materials or existing kits made for realists.
- What-if modellism step 5 : it may be pleasant to turn airplane reproductions into non-flying objects, just for aesthetics or absurdity.
- Personal way : I was a dreamy free what-ifer, step 1, when I started modellism as a child, then I turned realist as a teenager, thinking this was required by responsibility and respect. I stopped modelism after a nervous breakdown, aged 15. I came back to modellism in a self-cure process, aged 20 to 35, balancing between full dream and material world. I prefered then the unrealistic way, steps 1-3-5, then step 2 – with the help of new model kit companies like Unicraft (greatly enriching the source of beautiful available models). Aged 35, I fell down far deeper and after 2 years in hospital, I came back in the World. Igor of Unicraft made me discover the word « what-if » about fake aircraft pictures as virtual models, this way being not a heresy related to mental illness but an unusual (and not famous) way of joking. I played creating such what-if (step 3) virtual computer models/drawings, while enjoying on the Web what-if modellers’ creations (mostly Canadian), recently discovered. In 2005, a Belgian friend offered me a kit to build and I did it, going back to modellism, fully what-if, step 1-2-3-5 (then even step 4).
- Unicraft for realists : what-ifers are a tiny minority among modellers, and most modellers may appreciate kits for their looking like Real machines (or Real industrial projects). I do not pretend at all my way is better than another, this is a pathologic way maybe, and I take everyday psychiatric pills (for other reasons). I am just here saying thanks to Igor. My models are imperfectly built and painted, and I am very bad for handling thermoformed transparent canopies (I prefer painting them black, as an eye for the bird-aircraft of mine – unable to fly as they are just esthetical decorative objects for me, not flying things at all). To see what can be done realistically with Unicraft kits, a great Photo gallery is featured on Unicraft Web site.
Introduction for What-if-modellers - I do not mean Unicraft models are the very best in the World. Many of us may prefer other suppliers, having pleasant subjects too. Unicraft kits have just a special sympathy in my heart because their manufacturer Igor was so nice in 1998 when I was dying, he sent free rare data about unknown aircraft old projects. I wish his company to live long, and I swear I do not require (and I would refuse) money or discount or free model for this kind of advertisement I am making.
- I am a rather bad modeller, having very imperfect skills, and my models are not credible aircraft (with wheels, cockpits, weight balance, engines). I know, but what-ifers scorned by Realists (“Joyless Modelling Nazis”) should know that it may be pleasant to have simply personal fun, even while being insulted and criticized by other people. Adult JMNs are even insulted themselves as having a childish (stupid? guilty?) hobby, but is it worse than crushing sportive opponents or killing hunted animals? I don’t think so, this is not important, this is simply one way (among others) for self providing a smile in this cruel world…
- During many years (1980-2004, aged 16-40) I was almost never finishing a model, never satisfied enough to call it completed. All changed when I decided to paint in black the clear canopies (thanks tsrJoe friend for this good direction), that could receive putty and sanding then for modified shapes, almost clean. And recently since about 2013, I changed my way to paint wind screens: not 2 frames with a clear center for the pilot to see, but a middle frame separating 2 black eyes, of a bird or other cartoon animal, for fun, smile.

Creations from Unicraft models
(A01) Bayern Munich Football TL-\I\ (from BMW TL-III), 2005, see,4893.30.html

I liked this uncommon twin-boomer with no link between booms, I simply turned it canard (exchanging front side and rear side) and asymmetric (with both fins in the same oblique direction). To make it easily, I did not turn the wing opposite so this cannot fly (sharp wing leading edge and big trailing edge), but so this "fighter" (of the evil nazi side) cannot fly, fight, harm anyone. I discarded guns, being a naive pacifist rather than a warfare lover. I discarded the undercarriage and wheels: this is more solid for transportation and dust removal…
(A02) XT-2A MEUNEER (from PIONEER RQ-2A), 2005

I turned the high wing (and medium tailplane) into a low wing (and low tailplane) to get balance not requiring wheels, and leaving room for a “cockpit”/big-eye providing personality (turning this 1/72 unmanned model into something as a 1/144 manned model). I discarded the propeller: this would be a (short-span) glider rather than a propelled machine - or an aerodynamic object rather than a flying craft.
(A03) KIT-11 (from 2 copies of YURIEV KIT-1), 2005, see,7843.0.html

Discarding any propeller, I made a canard twin-glider from this double-propeller tail-sitter aircraft. I discarded tail-wheels, the model standing properly by itself.

(A04) PROTWINUS (from SCALED PROTEUS), 2005, see,7217.0.html

To reduce span and length of the huge Proteus, I turned the large wing into biplane wings, and the foreplane into a tailplane, with fuselage truncating. I discarded jet engines: no need (to fly). And to make a pleasant family with the Kit-11, I turned it as tail-sitter.
(A05) G-38P (from GROKHOVSKY G-38), 2006, see,8002.0.html

I love twin-boom aircraft but I have not enough room on my shelves for aircraft span. So, after turning an Airfix Lockheed P-38 into something as a pedal-boat catamaran (without engines, external wings, tailplane, undercarriage), I treated similarly a G-38 to get a nice family.

(A06) SPACE-BOOM 2 & KNIGHT-BOOM 2 (from SCALED SPACE-SHIP 1 & WHITE-KNIGHT), 2008, see,20934.0.html

Still lacking room for span, I made very-short-span derivatives of these planes. I mixed their parts freely to create 2 completely new aircraft, as different as possible from the original ones, and I replaced the tiny windows of the 1/72 models by panoramic 1/48 canopies. The remaining parts made a Twin-Knight 2, 1/72 or 1/144 due to narrow "fuselages".
(A07) ACA.5Z Double-Little-Thing (from 2 copies of NIEUPORT ACA.5), 2009, see,23813.0.html

A weird little plane, doubled into an improbable half-canard asymmetric twin-plane (or object - with no propeller, gun, wheel, roundel, flight-balance).
(A08) ME-262 HG.V HEAVY GLIDER (from Me-262 HG.IV HOHE GESCHWINDIGKEIT), 2009, see,24478.0.html

Without Me-262 to modify, this conversion kit has been turned into a biplane tail-less glider (with external wings of Borovkov-Florov and Grokhovsky). Clean nose without guns (replaced by putty), and of course painted civilian, swastika-less.
(A09) BOROVKOF-TOF (from BOROVKOV-FLOROV D), 2009, see,24478.0.html

With external wings removed, the rear fins have been turned as canard foreplanes (booms turned 180° on vertical axis, 90° on longitudinal axis). The tailplane is no more high but low, and there is no engine at all. Nor guns nor military colours (this is a short-span civilian glider).
(A10) AS-31C Canard Pusher (from AIRSPEED AS.31), 2009, see,25884.0.html

The AS.31 source, weird twin-boomer with a pilot-less nose/fuselage and a rear/remote cockpit/pod, was perhaps not odd enough... To improve visibility, it has been turned opposite, into a canard pusher (AS-31C). The propeller has now 2 blades only, to land safely with this device locked horizontally (there is no ground clearance, and the departure comes in flight from a mother-plane). The wing has a reduced span to have the right dimension for elevators (the most secret bases are underground). There is a little asymmetry as there is only one main wheel, on starboard (one wheel is enough to reduce weight - and there is a skid under the nose pod)...
(A11) Forked Ghostbuster (from MARTIN-BAKER TANKBUSTER), 2009, see,26401.0.html

This flying gun has been transformed into a civilian glider, biplane to reduce span, and with spats becoming interplane struts (without tyres but some secret devices to produce lift or to chase away ghosts). The booms and fins are strongly asymmetrical, as the pod and spats, even the upper wing angle (not horizontal) – this way, the ghosts will fail into eating it classically.
(A12) Co-141 Asymer (from COLANI C-309 RACER), 2009, see,26562.0.html

This model has been turned 90° to become asymmetric, with a single half-wing. This is not exactly a 1/144 glider built from a 1/72 kit, this is a fake airplane in a merry-go-round for chidren, thus asymmetric to be raised from the center...
(A13) VOGTERSCHMITT P.1141 (from MESSERSCHMITT P.1079/1), 2010, see,27025.0.html

This model has been turned 90° to become laterally asymmetric, with a starboard jet. What-if modeller friends suggested wisely that I replaced the swept wing by an asymmetric oblique wing, and one of the tailplanes may be canard. Of course this model of mine is swastika-less, gun-less.
(A14) J.1001 (from JUNKERS J.1000), 2010, see,27364.0.html

This giant flying wing, 1/144, has been transformed into a short-span biplane glider 1/100, slightly asymmetric.
(A15) XT-5A TOPHER (from RQ-5A HUNTER), 2010, see,27573.0.html

The unmanned military RQ-5 at 1/72 scaled has turned civilian with a 3-seat-cockpit 1/144 (or long-eye if this is a bird), the twin-boom layout has become twin-fuselage, the wide symmetric monoplane with a low tailplane has given birth to a short-span asymmetric staggered biplane with a T-tail, the push-pull engines have disappeared into a glider.
(A16) NORTH-ROYCE TFB TWIN-FUNNY-BED (from ROLLS-ROYCE FTB FLYING-TEST-BED and North-American P-51B), 2010, see,28266.0.html

Civilian asymmetric Twin-Mustang without propeller nor tailplane, with tiny external wings.
(A17) FLITZWILLING (from FOCKE-WULF FW-281 and Focke-Wulf Flizer), 2010, see,29449.0.html

Civilian (swastika-less gun-less) jet, sesquiplane vertical twin-fuselage.
(A18) J4M11 Sendengue (from Mitsubishi J4M1 Senden), 2011, see,30803.0.html

To reduce span, transformed into an asymmetric biplane. Training glider without weapons nor nationalistic markings.
(A19) SAM-99 STRELALA (from Moskaliev SAM-9 Strela), 2013, see

The engined prototype has been turned into an asymmetric space ambulance glider.
(A20) JU-212 (from Junkers EF-112), 2013, see

The push-pull monoplane warbird has become a civilian rocket biplane with T-T-tail.
(A21) BICH-51D MOOSTANG (from CHERANOVSKY BICh-3 and North American P-51D), 2013, see,36667.0.html

The ogival delta wing has changed the shape of the Mustang. A T-tail and innocent doggy eyes provided other "improvements", and a personnality somehow.

(A22) MINI-51D WINGSTANG (from CHERANOVSKY BICh-3 and North American P-51D), 2013, see

With the remaining parts of the previous one has been built a baby-bird.

(A23) BF-109 ½ x2 (from 2 copies of MESSERSCHMITT BF-110 MODEL), 2014, see,37924.0.html

The single fuselage military plane has been turned into a civilian twin-plane.

(A24) ME-809, 2014, see

With the remaining parts of the 2 Bf-110 Model has been built an asymmetric 3-engined plane, push-pull with intermeshing propellers
(A25) Klfw 225 V141 Double Rammer (from JUNHERS KLAGENFURT Klf-225 V1 and FOCKE-WULF RAMMER), 2015, see

From 2 symmetric jet-planes was built an asymmetric interceptor to fight terrorist bombers murdering civilians.

(A26) SAM-SAM-13 (from Moskalev SAM-13), 2016, see,41388.0.html

This 1/72 (symmetric) fighter gave birth to a 1/200 asymmetric regional airliner, with antitorque auxiliary rotor.

(A27) KhAI-300 Raketlet (from KhAI-3 Planerlet), 2017, see,43306.0.html

This 1/72nd little airliner with propeller became a 1/48th two-seat rocket tiny racer, slightly asymmetric.

(A28) Booltonpol F.122B (from Boulton-Paul P.122), 2018, see

The classical twin-boomer has turned into a triplex-boom canard plane with fins on pods at wingtips.

(A29) Boulton-Paul P.99B (from Boulton-Paul P.99), 2018, see,45059.0.html

The 1/72 twin-boom fighter, bubble-top single-seat with piston engine, propeller and parallel booms has turned into a 1/100 six-seat civilian airplane with diverging booms and powered by the Force.

(A30) Shneidorn (from Dornier 1929 Schneider racer), 2019, see,46095.0.html

This floatplane has been modernized with a P-51D canopy from the spare box, and simplified discarding the engines/propellers/struts.

(A31) Fokitsubishi Zero-zen (from Mitsubishi Army Type 0 = radial Fokker D.XXIII), 2019, see,46218.0.html

The push-pull fighter became a twin-jet preliminary design, with asymmetric short & big jets.

(A32) Kogi III Jetto (from Kogiken III), 2019, see,46283.0.html

Instead of featuring 2 radial engines and a big wing, this model had two jets and a tiny span.

(A33) Lippisch Li-163A (from Lippisch P.115 = turbojet Me-163), 2019, see,46300.0.html

The turbojet middle swept wing plane became a glider with low swept forward wing and central cockpit.

(A34) L-15B Beepoot (from Boeing YL-15), 2019, see,46371.0.html

The monoplane single-boom L-15 has turned twin-boom tandem-wing biplane, slightly asymmetric.

(A35) Boulton-Paul P.97c-5b (from P.79b), 2019, see

The normal twin-engined twin-boom P.79b (or P.97) became a V-tail canard glider.

(A36) Northoeing P-51DB-390 Flapjack Mustang (from Boeing 390 and North American P-51D), 2019, see

The classical Mustang receives a pancake wing.

(A37) Amerikoeing B.390P (from Boeing 390 and North American P-51D), 2019

The Boeing 390 becomes classical with P-51D wings, tailplanes, canopy, and removing propeller (a secret force is better).
(A38) PAI Thabt (from IAI Eitan/Heron), 2019, see

The normal monoplane drone has turned into a piloted biplane sailplane with canard foreplanes, T-T-tail and a slightly oblique upper wing for a touch of asymmetry. This Palestinian airplane would have been exported as Albalshun to the United Tribes of Amerindia.

(A39) Boeing 3067 (from Boeing 306C), 2020, see

The 1/72 four-boom fighter with 2 piston engines has turned into a 1/350 twin-boom canard airliner with 6 rocket engines and two decks.

(A40) Entwurf EW.50 (from Junkers EF.50), 2020, see

The VTOL plane with distant booms having front propellers gave birth to an imperfect helicopter with booms close to the pod, and external foreplanes.

(A41) Kaisen (from Senden Kai), 2020, see

This symmetric jet plane became an asymmetric glider.

(A42) Ar-681A (from 2 copies of Arado E.381), 2021, see

The middle-wing 1/72 micro-plane became a 1/144 double plane with tandem low wings and canard foreplane.

(A43) S-51D Flatstang + P-51S-5 Sensor Mustang (from Boeing Sensor Craft UAV + P-51D Mustang), 2022, see

The huge 1/144 unmanned aircraft is shortened into a little flat airplane (with 1/72 P-51D canopy) while its wingtips become wings of the 1/72 P-51D.

(A44) Ju-109B (from Junkers EF.109), 2023, see

This symmetric twin-engined plane with separate fuselages became an asymmetric single-engined plane with fuselages close to one another. The size is much reduced and a few parts come from a P-51D kit (canopy, propeller blades). According to my own delirious propaganda, this Ju-109B without weapon would have replaced the evil Nazi Bf-109s...

NEXT ONE 2024?
Convair Pogo with 2 canopies

Other creations
(B01) Mirage IIIDD, 1988, see,2551.0.html
Mirage built without weapons nor military colours, with a sharper nose and cleaner canopy (single piece and without seats nor controls inside).
(B02) GF-16XL (from General Dynamics F-16XL), 1990
Discarding the ugly jet intake and jet pipe, into a slow beautiful glider (impossible to fly with such a short span). Replacing American colours by Danish ones to make a family with my realist Draken.
(B03) SingleWind (from Westland Whirlwind), 2005, see,6128.0.html
Turned asymmetric discarding one of the 2 lateral engines (and one tailplane) then moving laterally the cockpit. War devices and colours removed.
(B04) Go 241 (from Gotha Go 242), 2005, see,6671.15.html
Turned biplane (short-span), T-tail, panoramic. Swastika and war colours removed.
(B05) Caudronophe C-7114 (from 2 Caudron C-714), 2005, see,6671.15.html
Twinned with engines/propellers discarded (into a glider) and one half thinned for asymmetric beauty and comparison. Guns and war colours removed.

(B06) Bell XP-77Z, 2006, see,9286.0.html
As Caudronophe C-7114, but with accute failure handling thermoformed canopies.
(B07) J-29Z (from 2 SAAB J 29 Tunnan), 2006, see,8241.0.html
Twin-plane with one half having no engine (nor tailplanes), thinned for asymmetric beauty and comparison. Guns and military colours removed.
(B08) Focke-Wulf Fw-189ABA Waterloo (from 2 Fw-189A and 1 Fw-189B), 2006, see,8543.0.html
Triplex tandem airplane, with no engines (glider) nor weapons nor swastikas. Simplified canopies, more panoramic.
(B09) Me 262BBJ Bi-Biz-Jet (fom Messerschmitt Me 262 Mistel), 2006, see,8892.0.html
1/144 lateral twin-plane with 2 jets above the wing (made from a vertical 1/72 double-plane with 4 jets below the wings). Civilian business plane (without swastikas) with a giant panoramic (asymmetric) nose for the big boss.
(B10) Sea-^viXen 2 (from De Havilland Sea Vixen), 2006, see,10238.0.html
Turned X-wing, swept forward and backward, without tailplane. No weapons nor military colours.
(B11) SEAT 251 Flamustango (from SIAT 223 Flamingo), 2006, see,10345.0.html
Turned engine-less (glider), asymmetric T-tail, with simplified canopy to look like a Mustang (not painted black because this was the challenge given by the donator of this kit).
(B12) F5U-5 Half-real Pancake (from Vought XF5U-1 Flying Pancake), 2006, see,10851.0.html
Turned asymmetric, discarding on one side: engine, propeller, tailplane, fin. No weapons nor military colours.
(B13) F2A-11 Siamese Buffalo (from 2 copies of Brewster F2A-1 Buffalo), 2008, see,8921.0r.html
Same as Caudronophe C-7114: twin-plane with the starboard side being aesthetically improved. Biplane-tandem-wing as T-tail, with truncated parts. No engine/propeller, no gun/war colours.
(B14) Sopwith-China Twin-Half-Triplane (from 2 copies of Spowith Tritlane), 2009, see h
The basis is twinning triplanes, but - in detail - twinning one triplane with one half-triplane (port triplane, starboard biplane), using the extra half-wing as tail link (for solidity and asymmetric fun). Single-seater with 2+1 main wheels and 1 big engine + 1 small.
(B15) Twin-Fenestron biplane and Twin-cabin boat (from "Airplane" and 2 copies of "Frighter Helicopter"), 2009, see
The rear part of the helicopters are holding the biplane wings, and the remaining cabins are hold together by the rotor blades into a catamaran.
(B16) Boeing 749 (from Boeing 747 eggplane), 2009, see,23975.0.html
The 747-egg is a commercial what-if caricature model, but turning it to a 3 engined airliner is one step further, an asymmetric egg...
(B17) EGP-51D Egg-Glidstang (from P-51D Mustang eggplane), 2009, see,23962.0.html
The P51D-egg is also a cute what-if caricature model, but I have what-ifed it much further: discarding guns and military colours, discarding propeller and engine exhaust to be a gliding bird, discarding undercarriage (keeping only 2 wheels for balance, in a different position), discarding one tailplane for a touch of asymmetry, changing the canopy frames for a 2-eyes baby look...
(B18) A-320T (from Airbus A-320), 2009, see,25952.0.html
The civilian A-320 of Cebu Pacific filipino airlines was nice and pretty, adding a second tailplane is just an extra smile.
(B19) Push-Pull Mus-Mus (from North-American P-82 Twin-Mustang), 1996+2010, see,28415.0.html
The twin-tractor military fighter has been transformed into a push-pull Airboat for rich tourists wanting to enjoy the Everglades back and forth.
(B20) P51Dd Half-Twin-Mustang (from 2 copies of North-American P-51D Mustang), 1996+2010, see,28245.0.html
This (civilian) twin-fuselage single-engine Mustang is half streamlined and has less than half the span of a Twin-Mustang P-82, it propably cannot fly but is decorative.
(B21) P51Ab Half-Twin-Razorback (from North-American P-51B Mustang and P-51A), 2010, see,29929.0.html
Non-bubble version of the P-51Dd, gently asymmetric also, still without guns nor military colours.
(B22) LO-1Bb Baby Lightning glider (from Lockheed P-38J Lightning Droop Snoot), 1979+2010, see,23116.msg334549.html
Removing propellers and engines, making solid the glazed nose bomber post, into a civilian glider. Layout change into asymmetric "! T"-tail with canard foreplanes.
(B23) P-38TT Tightning (from Lockheed P-38J/F-5B Lightning), 2010, see,23116.45.html
The famous reco F-5 of the pilot/writer Saint-Exupéry has been "improved" with a T-tail.
(B24) P-823 Twin-Tailsittang (from 2 copies of North-American P-82 Twin-Mustang), 2010, see,29631.0.html
The double-fuselage horizontal fighter has turned triplex-fuselage civilian, standing on its tail, for a vertical take off try.
(B25) Black Spider 61 (from Northrop P-61 Black Widow), 2010, see,30048.0.html
Instead of a killing airplane with the name of a spider, this is a 'true' spider looking like an airplane. No gun nor military colours of course, an animal has none.
(B26) P-47W Useinbolt (from Republic P-47D Thunderbolt), 2010, see,30280.msg464107.html
Intermediate step building the P-3647 hybrid, this glider had been an ugly fat, big-nose killer. She won an Olympic medal of beauty, in some Universe, "maybe" not Reality...
(B27) XF-858 Triplex-Goblin (from Mc Donnell XF-85 Goblin), 2011, see,30134.0.html
Tiny triple plane with many tailplanes everywhere and a half ugly look (starboard) half beautiful look (port). No gun nor military colours, this is for elegance contest not for bombing escort.
(B28) Supertoy Futur (from Superforce Bomber), 2011, see,31430.0.html
Removing bombs and mysterious weapons, the wings have turned asymmetric and a triplex-boom layout has been created.
(B29) Fugga Mac Ister (from Fouga Magister), 2011, see,31347.0.html
Removing one of the two engined to save fuel (and to get a smiling asymmetry), and turning the tail 45° for balance (and for enhancing asymmetry). Big span middle wing turned short span low wing, to stand (land?) without undercarriage... No nationalistic markings, no bright colours (of enrollment airshow) but peaceful quiet sky blue.
(B30) LT-3300 Shooting Starliner (from Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star), 2011, see,31564.0.html
Changing the scale from 1/72 to 1/350: from a military trainer into a civilian airliner. All passengers are in the front, on three decks, a huge ramjet or nuclear turbojet being in the rear.
(B31) LF-18 Midget Hornet Defender (from McDonnell F-18B Hornet), 2011, see
The forward fuselage of an F-18 has been turned into a complete light aircraft, of canard biplane layout, in it's own right. The aircraft is rocket powered so it doesn't need air intakes. The 'reason' for the asymmetry is that the port wing carries the fins and is devoted to flight control, while the starboard wing is used after landing as a surface-to-air missile launcher to protect a city.
(B32) Almost-Serious Twin-Speety (from 2 copies of Supermarine Spitfire MkXIVE), 2011, see,31633.0.html
Intermediate step building the final Twin-Speety glider, with a very little asymmetry, possible, and unusual fuselages close to one another, thanks to propellers discarding. Guns removed.

(B33) Very-Crazy Twin-Speety
Final Twin-Speety, with enhanced asymmetry and fantasy. Sky-blue peaceful colours as usual.
(B34) G.1 vw (from Fokker G.1 Jachtkruiser), 2011, see,31754.0.html
Prototype for the Quadruple Wasp (Double Twin-Wasp) engine, "viervoudige wesp" in Dutch. The huge torque of the 'supersonic' noisy propeller required a contrarotating airscrew through shafts and gears, but that was not enough so an anti-torque horizontal rotor was added on the other wing.
(B35) Me-1609 (from Messerschmitt Me-609), 2011, see,31832.0.html
With no more swastika nor bombs & guns, this twin-fuselage aircraft has turned asymmetric replacing one engine by a panoramic nose. To reduce span, the wings have becomen biplane.
(B36) OVA-10 Broncasy (from North-American OV-10D Bronco), 2011, see,31996.0.html
The symmetric twin-seat twin-engined monoplane OV-10 has been turned into an asymmetric single-seat single-engined triplane, with tiny span. All military features have been discarded.
(B37) Bv-338 Asymmetrische Katamaran (from Blohm-und-Voss Bv-138MS Seedrache), 2011, see,32056.0.html
Still with removal of swastikas and guns, the symmetric Bv-138 has been turned into an asymmetric seaplane, the 3-engines becoming push-pull-lift for Very Short Take Off & Ditching on a tiny lake, a half-circular spoiler helps braking at landing.
(B38) PG-47 ThunderEgg (from Republic/Hasegawa P-47 Thunderbolt eggplane), 2011, see
The P-47 Thunderbolt egg-plane fighter has turned into a civilian glider, with a little free rotor to lift a heavy tail. Tailplanes are asymmetric.
(B39) Boeing 7A7 NewTech ProtoLiner (from Boeing 737), 2012, see
This prototype uses a Helium airship fuselage associated with a biplane wing. The Commercial 1/200 (famous Boeing 737) with 135 passengers has become Research 1/72 two-seater, requiring 4 times less room to display.
(B40) Twin-Rafale (from 2 copies of Dassault Rafale M), 2013, see,36125.0.html
This civilian biplane is subsonic and slightly asymmetric.
(B41) PL-123 Trukair (from Transavia PL-12 AIrtruk), 2013, see,36401.0.html
The biplane 1/72 aircraft has turned into a triplane 1/48 glider, slightly asymmetric.
(B42) Me-0110 Vamg (from Messerschmitt Bf-110), 2013, see,36846.0.html
The Nazi twin-engined killer has been replaced by a Variable Asymmetry Motor Glider, civilian
(B43) Me-262Z VTOL (from 2 copies of Messerschmitt Me-262A), 2013, see
The Nazi top fighter has been changed into a crazy very fragile tailsitter prototype, impossible to fly, completed on an April 1st (this is true!)
(B44) XA-10X Thunderbolt III (from Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II/Warthog), 2013, see
The heavily armed A-10 has been changed into a tiny parasite fighter to defend observation aircraft.
(B45) XF-15X Micro Eagle (from McDonnell F-15E Strike Eagle), 2013, see
The huge F-15E has been reduced to a tiny canard airplane.
(B46) Tyfool II (from Eurofighter Typhoon II), 2013, see
The harmonious canard Typhoon II has been reduced to a tiny asymmetric flying wing.
(B47) F4U-14.1 Corsasym (from Vought F4U-5 Corsair), 2015, see,39887.0.html
The layout of this fantasy Corsair is justified "technically" by the new nose, for a crew-man on his back, pedalling to increase the speed of the propeller through gears and shaft... .
(B48) SEC-135 Superzei (from Eurocopter EC-135 Polizei), 2016, see,41977.0.html
This is no more a helicopter but a very fast airplane, with tiny wings and a supersonic 9-blade propeller (requiring anti-torque system).
(B49) PV-22 Ospregg (from Hasegawa OV-22 Osprey Eggplane), 2016, see
Being no more VTOL, this innocent baby plane is a twin-pusher.
(B50) Twin-Mustang Car P-5151B (from 2 copies of P-51B Mustang), 2016, see
Being no more an airplane, this is a race car.
(B51) SFW-15 Sesqueagle (from F-15E Eagle), 2016, see
A famous normal airplane turned into a sesquiplane flying-wing.
(B52) FW-16C Falcon Glider (from F-16C Fighting Falcon), 2016, see
The normal aircraft has a single fin and aft tail, with a huge jet, here double-fin and double-set of foreplanes, half in V, with no engine at all.
(B53) He-1041 Eine kleine asymmetrische Flug (from He-70F), 2016, see
An asymmetric pusher twin-nose half-jet layout has been invented for this one.
(B54) Fsfw-14F-4 TomKate (from F-14A), 2016, see
This is the VTOL airplane from the (fictive) film TopDream, with Tom Cruise and Kate Hudson. There are 4 fins instead of 2, zero tailplanes instead of 2, a forward swept wing instead of normal swept wing, 2 tilting rocket engines at wing tips instead of 2 central turbojets.
(B55) XF-5V Tigcat (from F-5E Tiger), 2016, see,42978.0.html
The F-5E twin-jet has become the tailless XF-5V as a temporary status on the road to the twin-boom F-5 OV.
(B56) F-18W Flying Wing Hornet (from F/A-18D Hornet), 2017, see
The F-18 lost its rear and got an asymmetric double-V-tail.
(B57) MusMus Mk.22 & Mk.24 (from 2 copies of Mustang 2), 2017, see,43654.0.html
The Mustang has been doubled (without bubble canopy), with 2 nose radars and vectoring propellers on the fins for maneuverability. The 24 version features tandem wings and biplane tail for better centering and control.
(B58) PEG-38AA Lightnegg (from Lightning eggplane), 2017, see
This caricature model has been transformed into a canard jet helicopter with bubble canopy and rear little wheel.
(B59) P-51 Daddy (from Quick Build P-51D), 2017, see
For Father's day, my 8 y.o. son Jacky built a P-51D, offering it to me, in order to be transformed into an asymmetric airplane, which happened with success... Thanks!
(B60) A-10T Twin-Thunderbolt-2 (from A-10A), 2017, see,44254.0.html
As a (naive) pacifist, I enjoyed transforming this "gun with wings" into a civilian twin-boomer.

(B61) DH-100x2 Twampire and Wingire (from 2 copies of DH-100 Vampire), 2017, see
The classical twin-boom Vampire has been twinned and supplemented with canard foreplanes. (The remaining parts making a flying wing with prone pilot.)
(B62) FishCat Jaguaguar (from Sepecat Jaguar), 2017, see,44542.0.html
The tail of the Jaguar has disappeared on this little canard derivative.
(B63) F-251 Twin-Boom Mustang (from F-51 Mustang), 2018, see,44687.0.html
The fuselage and engine of the regular Mustang have disappeared into a mysterious weird plane.
(B64) Wazault Mini-Miraj (from Dassault Mirage IIIE), 2018, see
A civilian little derivative of the Mirage has been built.
(B65) DH-1000 Half-Vampire (from DH-100 Vampire), 2018, see
The span and distance between booms have been gratly reduced on this Pi-tail rocket-engined derivative of the Vampire.
(B66) Dakotov DP-3Z (from 2 copies of Lisounov Li-2), 2018, see,44714.0.html
This 1/72nd rocket canard fighter comes from 1/200th Douglas DC-3 Dakotas/Li-2.
(B67) Statodingue Liner (from 2 copies of Statodyne E), 2018, see,44736.0.html
This twin-jet 1/72 microplane tailsitter has become a 1/250 VTOL liner with X-wing and 4 jets.
(B68) MiG-3Y (from MiG-3), 2018, see
A tandem wing, a double tailplane and a flat canopy change the look of this classical pretty plane.
(B69) Moska LeTe, Moska LiTé for France (from Moskalyof/Moskalev LT/SAM-23), 2018, see,44874.0.html
This 1/72 little monoplane pusher has turned into a bigger 1/100 biplane tractor.
(B70) OS2U-11 Kingzwilling (from 1 kit having 2 copies of OS2U Kingfisher), 2018, see,44883.0.html
This float-plane has been half twinned, having two fuselages, two floats (no little extra float) but only one engine, asymmetric.
(B71) Zee-Bee/Gee-Bee-Z-Zwilling (from 2 copies of Gee-Bee R), 2018, see
This monoplane has been twinned into a double-fuselage biplane/sesquiplane, asymmetric with contraprop propellers on one side, no engine on the other side, a T-tail on a single side, and 4 spats for no reason other than fantasy.
(B72) P-38W Impossible Lightning (from P-38L Lightning), 2018, see,45114.0.html
The transformation here is making it an asymmetric push-pull.
(B73) P-51Y Yustang (from P-51D Mustang), 2018, see,45223.0.html
The Y-tail is inspired by the Bugatti 100, as the front cockpit, and there is a third cockpit also (this airplane is powered by The Force with no need of engine). The biplane layout is new for a P-51 too.
(B74) P-51FTTBB Mustang-T (from P-51D Mustang), 2018, see,45302.0.html
Powered by the Force, this model needs no engine, and that makes room for nose cockpits, while the free center makes room for a tandem wing, and a T-tail completes the "improvement".
(B75) Mini-Spitfire Mk.16TB (from Spitfire Mk.16e), 2018, see,45387.0.html
With truncation in length and span, this very little Spitfire includes a twin-boom layout, asymmetric.
(B76) Southern-Fiction SF-313 Alwet (from Sud-Est SE-313 Alouette 2), 2018, see,45557.0.html
The famous old multiboom hélicopter becomes a modern twin-boom pusher snowmobile or airboat, with biplane tailplane (the technical justification for it is: for fun).
(B77) A Hero Spatial Karawell (from Aérospatiale Caravelle), 2018, see,45652.0.html
The 1/200 symmetric airliner with tail jets has become a 1/72 asymmetric single-seater with microjets above the starboard wing.
(B78) Su-2727 Amela Sabor (Mistel Cathedral) (from 2 copies of Sukhoy Su-27 Flanker), 2018, see,45932.0.html
The Su-27 "normal" jets are turned into a double canard flying wing.
(B79) P-51P-208A (from P-51D Mustang), 2019, see,45971.0.html
The classical P-51D becomes a pusher with external booms (like the Blohm und Voss P.208), with a touch of asymmetry in wings and tails (the technical reason is: fun).
(B80) VTOF-16 Tailsit Falcon (from F-16Mlu Fighting Falcon), 2019, see,46131.0.html
The F-16 becomes a civilian VTOL tailsitter (as a flying wing without separate tail).
(B81) Ju-87Y Stukaka (from Ju-87B Stuka), 2019, see,46164.0.html
The frightening Stuka bomber has turned into a gentle civilian glider with radars for safety.
(B82) E31A Jacky (from E-13A Jake), 2019, see,46238.0.html
This aircraft has been modified discarding propeller, struts, piston engine, to become a rocket floatplane. It features a very rare triplex-boom layout.
(B83) He-619E (from He-219A Uhu), 2019, see,46422.0.html
This twin-fin two-seat long killer has been transformed into a civilian short twin-boom single-seater.

(B84) F-18Z Twin-Hornet (from F-18A Hornet)
(B85) A-7Z Twin-Corsair (from A-7E Corsair II)
(B86) A-6Z Twin-Intruder (from A-6E Intruder)
(B87) F-14Z Twin-Tomcat (from F-14A Tomcat)
(B88) S-3Z Twin-Viking (from S-3A Viking) , 2019, see,46436.0.html
Making asymmetric double-planes, from one modified and one normal.
(B89) Messershit Bf-109YZ (from Messerschmitt Bf-109F2), 2019, see
The normal fighter has been turned into a civilian twin-fuselage T-tail canard with tandem swept wings.
(B90) De Havil Whif DH-88W Comwhif (from De Havilland DH-88 Comet), 2019, see
From a 1/144 two-seater with rather big engines has been created a 1/72 single-seater with micro engines.
(B91) TF-51D Asymmetruc Triplex-Fin Mustang (from P-51D), 2019, see
The normal Mustang receives asymmetric twin-booms and a shortened fuselage, with a 2-blade propeller.
(B92) F6F-11B Heavencat (from F6F-5 Hellcat), 2019, see
The normal Hellcat is now an asymmetric twin-boomer with inline engine above the fin and swept wings.
(B93) S-141 Berputr (from Su-47 Berkut), 2019, see
From the canard Berkut with forward swept wing was made a twin-boom (or triplex-boom) asymmetric supersonic fighter, the first one ever, maybe.
(B94) Craudon Cr-7141 "Little brother of the 141" (from Caudron Renault CR-174), 2019, see
The nose engine has been turned into a pusher with asymmetric layout.
(B95) BaBy-31A Redmast Air (from XB-31 Raidmaster)
(B96) BB-31B (from the second hald of the same) , 2019, see
Creating two 1/48th civilian aircraft (one twin-boomer and one a little asymmetric) from a big 1/144th bomber.
(B97) Blyekboorhn Sharhk (from Blackburn Shark), 2019, see
The biplane normal aircraft becomes a flying air-boat pusher with tandem wings and twin-float-booms.
(B98) TBF-16W (from Lockheed F-16C), 2020, see
The normal F-16 jet becomes a Weird Twin-Boom civilian glider, a little asymmetric, half-canard.
(B99) BAé Arrière 7 (from BAe Harrier GR7), 2020, see
The VTOL high-wing Harrier becomes a canard low-wing HTOL.
(B100) Canavia Tornanard (from Panavia Tornado), 2020, see
From variable geometry high wing twin-turbojet two-seater with rear tail into fixed low wing twin-rocket single-seater with canard forplanes.
(B101) Eurof T-phoon aka Javelin 2 (from Eurofighter Typhoon 2), 2020, see
From canard with turbojets into T-tail with rocket engines.
(B102) McDonald F4,444 Phantom 5 (from McDonnell Phantom 2), 2020, see
After several steps of shortening, the Phantom 2 becomes the canard Phantom 5, with short turbojets, a rocket extra engine and wingtip fins.
(B103) Lassault Sirage F.11 = Lasso Cirage (from Dassault Mirage F.1), 2020, see
A strong shortening (with tiny turbojet) goes with moving the fin forward and having T-tailplanes, far above a low wing.
(B104) MiG-811 shuāng liáng (from Plaaf F-8 II), 2020, see
Truncating the fuselage makes room for twin booms, and the wing has smaller span and lower position.
(B105) F-204Z Twin-Starfilter (from F-104G Starfighter), 2020, see
The long turbojet fuselage has been reduced into a short rocket fuselage, twice for the zwilling/twin version. (And the little span is still reduced, the middle wing becoming a low wing).
(B106) TeF-16C Twin-engine-pod Box-tail Falcon (from F-16C Fighting Falcon), 2020, see
Two fins and four tailplanes, two jet nozzles, have been used on this very special F-16 without ventral air-intake.
(B107) Free-16ZAB Falfalcon = Cute Zwilling Falcon (from Freedom cartoon F-16A+F-16B Fighting Falcon), 2020, see
The F-16A and B have been joined together into a twin-plane, and the rear is truncated without turbojet. Extra parts make a complicated double-T-tail (Pi-tail).
(B108) F-16X-114C WIG (from F-16C Fighting Falcon), 2020, see
The F-16 airplane is turned into an ekranoplan like the Lippisch X-114, with also a 2nd fin, a 2nd jet, and a canard foreplane for balance.
(B109) P-38BSE Booms Separated from Engines (from P-38J Lightning), 2020, see
The booms have been moved internally, away from engines, and a TT-tail (pi-tail) is featured.
(B110) DP-5151 Twin-TangTang (from 2 copies of P-51D Mustang), 2020, see
A Siamese twin-plane has been created, with engines removed from the nose to become external, with biplane wings and double tailplanes.
(B111) VC-39 Grinen (from JAS-39 Gripen), 2020, see
The fuselage and air intakes are shortened, the middle wing became low wing with reduced span and the canard foreplanes are moved forward (into a Vey Canard layout).
(B112) MiG-251D Foxbird (from MiG-25P Foxbat A), 2021, see
The jets have been discarded replaced by rocket engines, the high wing became low wing, the low tailplane became high tailplane, twin booms have been added and the aircraft became a spacecraft.
(B113) DH-400S Quadrumpire (from 2 copies of DH-100 FB.5 Vampire), 2021, see
The single-pod single-seat twin-boom jet monoplane becomes a twin-pod two-seat quadruple-boom glider biplane (with air-intakes for air-con).
(B114) Dasnier Zeta-Jet (from Dassault-Dornier Alpha-Jet), 2021, see
The high-wing two-seat trainer with normally rear tailplanes becomes a low-wing single-seat canard little aircraft with foreplanes.
(B115) PP-3838Y Doublightning (from 2 copies of Lockheed P-38J Lightning), 2021, see
Two planes are linked in tandem with 2 very long booms below and 2 tiny booms above holding the second tailplane.
(B116) F-20C Canardshark (from Northrop F-20 Tigershark), 2021, see
The rear tailplanes become canard foreplanes, a rocket engine replaces the turbojet, and the size is reduced (less length, less span, less height) into a microplane (or miniaturized spacecraft).
(B117) MiG-231 (from MiG-23), 2021, see
The variable geometry turbojet-plane becomes a fixed wing asymmetric twin-boom rocket-plane.
(B118) P-51TB Twin-Boostang (from 2 copies of North American P-51D Mustang), 2021, see
The fuselage is truncated into a pod and two fins are installed at the rear of asymmetric booms (to counteract the single propeller torque).

(B119) P-51TF Twin-Fin Flying Wang
The rest of the other Mustang is making a flying wing with central pod, swept wings and 2 fins (from tailplanes).
(B120) Mirage 3 V-V (from 2 copies of Dassault Mirage III E/C), 2021, see
The tailless plane with single fin becomes a twin-boomer with V-V tail.

(B121) Mirage 333 FW
The rest of the Mirage kits is making a triplex-fuselage supersonic bird with Flapping Wings.
(B122) P-51HLM (from 2 copies of North American P-51D Mustang), 2021, see
This "asymmetric Hurricane" Like Mustang features a second engine on the port wing.

(B123) P-51FB
The rest of the P-51 kits is making an asymmetric P-51 Mustang glider with fuselage and boom.
(B124) PolyKarpov I-1616 Dvoynoy Ishak (from Polikarpov I-16 Ishak), 2021, see
The little monoplane airplane with open cockpit becomes a twin-fuselage biplane helicopter with enclosed canopy and asymmetric tails.

(B125) JJ-37Z Vivigen (from 2 copies of SAAB AJ-37 Viggen), 2021, see
The monoplane single-fuselage canard jet becomes a twin-fuselage biplane with complex tails (asymmetric: V + TT).

(B126) Ribbon 04-X4 (from 4 copies of Rb-04 misiles in the AJ-37 kits)
The winged missiles become a twin-fuselage tandem-wing airplane.
(B127) H-538 Egusning (from Hughes-Hasegawa H-500 Egg-Cayuse), 2021, see
This egg caricature of helicopter with a single tail becomes a twin-boom airplane powered by mental force with secret antenae, and a little asymmetry on the tailplane.
(B128) P-38PPA push-pull asymmetric (from Lockheed P-38J Lightning), 2021, see
Inverting one boom produced an asymmetric push-pull Lightning. Secret devices on the tailplane add to the mystery.
(B129) Dasso Phalkonn 110 (from Dassault Falcon 10+100), 2022, see
The 1/144 business jet with 9 or 8 seats, in 2 copies, becomes a 2-seat double 1/72 airplane with tandem wings and twin-fuselage, asymmetric with 4 jets, a half V-tail and one canard foreplane.

(B130) F-104EZ Egg-Zwilling (from Freedom Compact F-104 + TF-104 Starfighter), 2022, see
The two turbo-jet plane caricatures become a single twin-fuselage shortened rocketplane caricature with biplane joining tailplane.

(B131) TFM Twin-Fuselage Mystery (from 2 remaining half-wings in the Compact F-104/TF-104 kit)
Kerosen tanks become external fuselages at micro-scale.
(B132) MiG-21B-141 Asymmishbed (from MiG-21PF), 2022, see
The central fuselage has been cut in two, with the cockpit (and sharp nose) on the starboard side, and the jet on the port side (with a half T-tail). This is a rare asymmetric supersonic plane.
(B133) F-16ZA Zwilling Asymmetric Falcon (from 2 copies of Lockheed Martin F-16C Fighting Falcon), 2022, see
Two Falcons got their tails and turbojets removed, were twinned to one another (in the zwilling way) and had "T-tails" on the port side with pilot, "+ tails" on the starboard side without pilot, asymmetrically.
(B134) TBF-16B Twin-Boom Falcon 2 (from F-16C Fighting Falcon), 2022, see
The kit for two versions has been turned into a single model using all parts: the 4 tailplanes become 2 central fins and 2 external rear fins, the 2 fins become internal tailplanes, the 2 jet exhausts make a twin-jet, with sprues to create a twin-boom layout, with little asymmetry (because of small/big fins and jet exhausts).
(B135) McDonald's McDo-10+ (from McDonnell-Douglas DC-10), 2022, see
The 1/300 airliner for 410 passengers, truncated, became a single-seater 1/72, with wing engines moved to the tail.
(B136) GenDyn (Genius Dynamite) f-iii Mc Namaardvark Folly = F-III in capital letters (from General Dynamics F-111E Aardwark/McNamara's Folly), 2022, see
The 1/144 two-seat fighter-bomber with Variable Geometry wings, two huge turbojets and rear tailplanes became a civilian single-seat canard with fixed wings, two rocket litte engines, 1/72. While... I have read in Wikipedia that "a scale model is a physical model which is geometrically similar to an object"; it is true here, as not similar to the very source F-111 but to the daydream f-iii.
(B137) F-16DC² Double Canard Falcon, asymmetric version (from Lockheed Martin F-16C Fighting Falcon), 2022, see
Lateral booms have been added to hold foreplanes for agility, the single-engine single-fin plane is now twin-engine twin-fin, with a touch of asymmetry (for surprising trajectories).
(B138) µP-51 MicroStang (from North American P-51D Mustang), 2022, see
The wings of the P-51 have been discarded (replaced by the tailplanes, removed from the tail, now tailless), the belly scoop has disappeared, the Merlin V engine has been turned upside down into an inverted V like DB-605 of Fiat G-55, the 4-blade propeller becomes 2-bladed.
(B139) J-10Z Twin-Firebird [Shuāng huǒ niǎo} (from Chengdu J-10), 2023, see
The "Chinese F-16" becomes a double plane with biplane wings and T-T-tail in addition to very front canard foreplanes.
(B140) MiGo-15 egg (from Hasegawa MiG-15 eggplane), 2023, see
Just the upper part of this turbojet cartoon plane has been kept, into a cute little glider (with small span).
(B141) Su-74B Kutber (from Sukhoy Su-47 Berkut), 2023, see
A big canard plane with rear forward-swept-wing and 2 huge turbojets at the bottom of tail has been turned into a tiny plane with front normal-swept-wing and 2 movable rockets on top of fins for power.
((B142) F-23S Super Widow (from Northrop YF-23 Black Widow 2), 2023, see
This finless big monoplane single-seater becomes a twin-fin little sesquiplane two-seater.
(B143) F-16XS-2b (from General Dynamics F-16XL), 2023, see
The big double-delta symmetric Falcon became a tiny half-delta asymmetric one.

Mixing different models
(C01) Bv 141 F-4 (from Blohm und Voss Bv 141B and Focke-Wulf Fw 189), 2006, see,8622.0.html
Adapting the tail of a twin-boom Fw 189 to the asymmetric Bv 141, getting an asymmetric-twin-boomer (loosing the good rear view of both 189 and 141…). Turning the engine as pusher, and imagining a second cockpit near the engine to repair it in flight. No swastika nor war colours.
(C02) Twin-Boom-Ranger (from Bell Jet-Ranger/OH-58 Kiowa), 2006, see,8821.0.html
Matching the truncated fuselage of the helicopter Jet Ranger with the twin booms of a Fw 189, the wing tips of a J.29, the propeller of a Whirlwind (to become an autogyro). Reduced rotor diameter (intermeshing with the propeller) to be less cumbersome. Red firemen colours instead of military.
(C03) Spitferschmitt Mk.99 (from Supermarine Spitfire Mk XVIE and Messerschmitt Bf-109G), 2006, see,11445.0.html
Twin-plane matching deadly opponents into friendship, without engines (glider) nor war colours (white for peace), 1/72 model matched with undercarriage of a 1/32 P-38.
(C04) XFY-163 Poget (from Convair XFY-1 Pogo and Messerschmitt Me-163 Komet), 2008, see,12121.0.html
Matching a Pogo tailsitter with a Komet rocket-plane (both being turned engine-less) into an asymmetric twin-plane. Swastika and military colours (and guns) removed, gold painting to make a family with the other tailsitters of mine (Kit-11 and Protwinus).
(C05) Lavochkin La-141 (from Lavochkin La-7 and Blohm und Voss Bv-141), 2009, see
Unused Bv-141 parts, turned swastika-less glider, matched with an old realist La-7 top-killer turned civilan glider, the whole being twin-fuselage asymmetric.
(C06) Martokker D-XV (from Fokker D-XXIII and Marton X/V), 2010, see,27590.0.html
A civil "ekranoplane glider" made from 2 military push-pull planes. The sources were twin-boomers like the result: 2+2=2... but the 2 low tailplanes have created a T-T-tail (low+low=high, like negative*negative=positive).
(C07) MiG-3-47 Thunder-i-Mikoyan (from Mikoyan-i-Guryevich MiG-3 and Republic P-47D Thunderbolt), 1997+2010, see,28256.0.html
A big-nose P-47D (with lost canopy and tailplanes) had beeen streamlined deeply and is joined to a MiG-3 into a double civilian glider, removing guns, roundels, engines, most of the wings.
(C08) Fokton-82 Colane (from P-82 Twin-Mustang and Fokker D-XXIII and Marton X/V), 2010, see,28438.0.html
From the parts unused in building the Martokker and a P-82, came this weird and elegant object, looking like a Colani aircraft...
(C09) CurtAAB P-55J-21 (from Curtiss XP-55 and SAAB J.21), 2010, see,29239.0.html
The canard XP-55 has been turned opposite with a wing in front and a T-tail at the rear, and this at the top of a J.21. This would be impossible with their (pusher) propellers but here they are sailplanes, the whole being a sesquiplane glider, vertically-staggered twin-fuselage. Roundels and guns have been removed. Lost canopy and fragile thermoformed canopy have been replaced by streamlined eyes.
(C10) Mustanliner (from 3 copies of Twin-Mustang, 1 of Whirlwind, 1 of XP-77, etc.), 2010, see,29816.0.html
The radar pods of three Twin-Mustangs 1/72 become fuselages 1/400, one for passengers and the other for the mysterious power without jet nor propeller. The wings are external wings of Twin-Mustangs, while fins-tailplanes-pylons come from the sparebox.
(C11) P-821 Twee-Tween-Mustang (from North-American P-82 Twin-Mustang and P-51 Mustang), 2010, see,29562.0.html
A single Mustang is included inside a Twin-Mustang into a Triplex-Mustang, making easy the comparison of size between elements. 2 separate tails including a twin-tail... while the 3-seater is turned back to twin-seater, asymmetric for fun. All guns and military colours removed.
(C12) Push-Pull Tri-Mustang (from North-American P-82 Twin-Mustang and P-51D Mustang and P-51C Malcolm Hood), 2010, see,29849.0.html
A half Twin-Mustang is joined to a classical Mustang turned pusher, and to a razorback Mustang turned half-bubble. A canard nose and asymmetric tail add personnality. All guns and military colours removed.
(C13) Bv-224B Ovërwatiff (from Blohm und Voss Bv P.224 mainly), 2010, see,29995.0.html
The P.224 was a fantasy derivative of the real project P.194, and it is here what-ifed much further: truncating wings smaller, removing jet engine into a glider, discarding guns and swastikas. The canopy is the 1/48 Yokosuka Ohka's one adapted to the 1/72 P.224. The booms above wings are transferred below and link to uncommon tails (V V), asymmetric with tailplanes from P-51 Mustangs on the port side.
(C14) XP-3647 Hawkerbolt (from Curtiss P-36 Hawk and Republic P-47D Thunderbolt), 2010, see,30280.0.html
Wrecks of P-36 and P-47 were mixed with P-61 propellers (and extra P-47 fins) to make a rescue 4-rotor helicopter, without guns nor military colours.
(C15) Ki-333 Shooting Sparebox (from Locheed T-33 Shooting Star and sparebox), 2011, see,31602.0.html
The unused fuel tanks of a T-33 1/72 have becomen fuselages of an asymmetric glider 1/144, using canopies of Ki-84 maybe, little wings and a fin (or tailplane) from unknown forgotten kits.
(C16) Bv 196T (from Blohm und Voss P.196 and Grumman F6F Hellcat), 2011, see
The P.196 is here without bombs nor swastika. The external wings are turned into tandem wings, the central pod is very thinned, and a big radial engine replaces the turbojets; its exhaust drives a vertical motorjet providing lift, into a STOL or WIG plane.
(C17) Macchione Me-2025 Aldo (from Macchi Mc-202 Folgore and Reggiane Re-2005 Saggitario), 2011, see,31810.0.html
These aircraft are twinned together, and transformed into a civilian glider without guns nor military markings anymore. Extra tailplanes are used and the missing 2005 canopy is replaced by a bubble top.
(C18) Ju-86 Ka (from Junkers Ju-86D and PZL P23A Karas), 2011, see,31932.0.html
Without swastikas nor guns nor bombs anymore, the Ju-86D is married to a Karas, balancing the asymmetry of the Junkers engines both installed on the starboard wing. The span is less than a Ju-86D's and the length is much reduced by truncation. Alternative Karas tailplanes make a biplane wingtip.

(C19) N-119A Noralas
(C20) N-119B Fly-ar
(C21) N-119C Noroxcar (from Fairchild AC-119K Flying-Boxcar and Nord N.2500 Noratlas), 2011, see
These 2 huge (military) cargos, 1/72 have been turned into a (civilian) little double-plane, 1/48. The part above is simply reduced, egg-plane-like, with a rear 'canopy'. The lower part is an asymmetric tri-jet low-wing from a source that was symmetric twin-jet high-wing.
(C22) GobliBolt (from XF-85 Goblin and P-47B Thunderbolt), 2011, see
Two miltary ugly (?) fighters have given birth to a civilan oddity, with tandem swept wings, asymmetric fins, pusher propeller.
(C23) P-51R MustanBolt (from P-51D Mustang and P-47B Thunderbolt), 2011, see,32405.0.html
This tiny asymmetric radial-engined Mustang has been made with a Mustang half wing, single tailplane, fin, a Twin-Mustang canopy, a Thunderbolt engine, and other parts from the sparebox.
(C24) Sparebox X-1, 2011, see
From miscellaneous parts came this asymmetric single-jet plane.
(C25) Sparebox X-2 (from Junkers Ju-86 and McDonnell F-18), 2011, see,32490.0.html
From miscellaneous parts came this other asymmetric plane, with tail propeller through shafts and gears.
(C26) General Dynassault Miralcon 2016XL (from Genral Dynamics F-16XL Falcon and Dassault Mirage 2000C), 2011, see
No commercial competition between F-16 and Mirage 2000: it is better to buy both, as a Mistel double-plane . The lower part is a glider, no weapon at all. The fins are located asymmetrically.
(C27) F-5OV Tigco & OV-105 Bronger (from F-5E Tiger & OV-10D Bronco), 2016-2017, see,42978.0.html
The twin booms of the OV-10 were installed on the F-5 to make a supersonic twin-boomer, while the F-5 fin and tailplanes were adapted to the OV-10 pod, the wing becoming tandem wings.
(C28) MEL-38H Double-Twin-Boom & MEL-38J L'avion de Papa et Jacky (from P-38 Twin-Mustang & P-38 Lightning), 2017, see
A twin-boom P-38 was mixed with a twin-fuselage P-82, into a 4-boom compound, the extra parts becoming a little plane with mysterious engine.
(C29) Twin-Sturmfire and Spitvogel-141 (from Spitfire Mk.IXe dual kit & Me-262 Sturmovel), 2017, see
The Me-262 gave away its wings and jets, to get 2 sets of Spitfire wings and engine, mounted as biplane asymmetric push-pull... The 2 Spitfires made a Twin-Jet-Spitfire with the Me-262 wings and jets.
(C30) Spare-pargo Mk.5B (from Li-2, P-51, OS2U), 2018, see,45011.0.html
From spare parts has been invented this cargo twin-boom double-pod helicopter.
(C31) J.91D North-Amesaab Mustunnan
(C32) J.91E SAANA Tunang (from North American (NA) P-51D Mustang and SAAB J.29 Tunnan), 2019, see,46250.0.html
The 2 military fighters have turned into civilian birds. The straight wing P-51D with nose propeller becomes a canard glider with forward swept wing. The swept wing jet J.29 becomes a canard pusher with forward swept wing and a little antitorque device.
(C33) Grumman F14F Sparecat (from Kogiken III, YL-15, P-51D, J.29), 2019, see,46388.0.html
2 radial engines and a remaining straight wing were used to build a modern twin-boom jet.
(C34) Saamerican P-51J-51
(C35) Northaab J.21P-51 (from North American (NA) P-51D Mustang and SAAB J.21A), 2019, see
The single tail P-51D has turned twin-boom. The twin-boom J.21 becomes a canard with single fin.
(C36) Republic Thunderspare (from Boulton-Paul P.79b and North American P-51D Mustang), 2019, see
From 2 big engines have been built a push-pull "thing" with kinda wings and legs.
(C37) Vultissop P-5456B (from Vultee XP-54, Curtiss XP-55, Northrop XP-56), 2019, see
The three competitors have all won, together as a triple mix, twin-boom and asymmetric, intead of rejecting them all.
(C38) XLR-51 & LR-51D LeeRichardstang (from Lee Richardson Annular Wing, North American P-51D Mustang), 2021, see
The old annular wing goes to the Mustang and the classical wing (and tailplane and canopy) of the Mustang turn the old plane into a rather modern canard.

(C39) Lockheederican XP-3851A-3
(C40) XP-3851C-2
(C41) XP-3851AC-5 (from Lockheed P-38J Lightning and North-American P-51D Mustang, 2 copies of each), 2022, see
One Mustang fuselage is replacing the Lightning pod to make the 3-fin A-3, the central and starboard parts of another Lightning are replaced by an almost complete Mustang to make the asymmetric C-2. The remaining parts are making the AC-5 asymmetric tandem-wing compound.

What-ifing old models
(D01) X-3V (from Douglas X-3 Stiletto), 1978+1990, see,6086.0.html
Old realist model, then changing the Nationalistic colours into a cloudy sky blue and replacing the curved transparent canopy with a black triangular eye having more personality.
(D02) Me 262R (from Messerschmitt Me 262A), 1977+2005
On my old 1/32 realist Messerschmitt Me-262, I sawed away the swastika tail and replaced it by a rocket exhaust.

(D03) Bf 109U (from Messerschmitt Bf 109E), 1977+2005
On my old 1/32 realist Messerschmitt Bf-109, I sawed away the swastika tail and replaced it with Me 262 tailplanes.

(D04) Miravelin-2000 (from Mirage 2000C), 1988+2005, see,6390.0.html
Mirage built without weapons nor military colours, receiving then a T-tail, to look like a Gloster Javelin.
(D05) Mirage 2003D (from Mirage 2000C + Mirage IIID), 1988+2005+2006, see,8523.30.html
Matching Mirage-IIIDD and Miravelin-2000 into an asymmetric double-plane.
(D06) AMD-BA Mirajuar BD-BD (from AMD Mirage F-1C and BA Jaguar E), 1987+2006, see,8523.30.html
Matching high-wing Mirage F-1B and Jaguar E (both without military colours) into an asymmetric double-plane.
(D07) He 362 (from Heinkel He 162), 1978+2005, see,6469.0.html
Old realist model, then sawing the swastika tail away, and moving the tailplanes as canard foreplanes.
(D08) PBY-33 Singelina (from Consolidated PBY-5 Catalina), 1978+2006, see,10467.0.html
Old realist model, turned from symmetric twin-engined into asymmetric single-engined with a short starboard wing.
(D09) Frenchanese Raiden (from Japanese Mitsubishi J2M3 Raiden), 1978+2006, see,6469.15.html
Old realist model, then discarding guns and changing the roundels (including modern 1/72 France into old 1/32 Japan) not to celebrate the bloody invaders of the Philippines.
(D10) Draken J 35T (from SAAB J 35E/RF-35 Draken), 1979+2009, see,20860.0.html
Old realist model, turned T-tail.
(D11) Bf-109Y (from Messerchmitt Bf-109E), 1978+2009, see,25072.0.html
Old realist model, turned fin-less swastika-less (Bf-109U) with Me-262 tailplanes, then, after broken down alas, turned solid featuring a biplane twin-fin tail (Me-109Y).
(D12) Mrs Poligamov I-156 Winged Twin-Wife (from Polikarpov I-153 Chaika and I-16 Rata), 1977+2009, see
Asymmetric twinning as half-biplane glider, without guns anymore nor military colours.
(D13) Native American P-51^ (from North American P-51D Mustang), 1977+2009, see
This N.A. P-51 belongs to the UTAF (United Tribes Air Flights, not USAF nationalistic Force): no gun nor nationality anymore.
(D14) Supermicmac SpitfeeT (from Supermarine Spitfire Mk.I), 1976+2009, see,26127.html
This T-tail SpitfeeT, from another Universe, belongs to AZIAn Great-Britain (Aborigen-Zulu-India-Apache united land). Civilian, wearing colours celebrating Mother Nature.
(D15) Latékèore Double-Push-Pull (from Latécoère/daBasher Quatre Moteurs, from Heinkel He 219), 2009+2009, see,26465.0.html
The what-if modeler Brian da Basher had genially turned a 1/72 twin-engined fighter Heinkel 219 with swastika into a weapon-less 1/144 four-engined French airliner that would have been built one decade before. The fuselage (except tail) has been turned upside down, the gun bay becoming cockpit… He sent it to me as a gift, very wonderful, alas it arrived broken in 4 parts. Smiling, I “repaired”, turning even more what-if or absurd: with tail upside down also, for the plane standing on its lateral fins, with spats relocated under the nose… The “like wheel-upward” device may be the (commercially secret…) forefather of a radar.
(D16) Boeing 743-1 (from Boeing 747), 1976+2010, see,28067.0.html
Simply turned asymmetric by moving one engine.
(D17) Lockheed P-38 AWACS (from P-38 fighter), 1977+2010, see,29216.0.html
Adding a rotodome under the nose to improve balance. Discarded guns and roundels (turned from military USAF into civilian UHBAP: United Half-Breed of America Patrol).
(D18) †F-16SD (from General Dynamics YF-16), 1976+2010, see,29557.0.html
In the past painted in unreal colours with anachronic decals, then having its tail removed into a Simple Delta (before destruction to leave room for new models).
(D19) Spitshort (from Supermarine Spitfire Mk 1), 1976+2011, see,32389.0.html
The 1/32 SpitfeeT (previously Spitfire) having lost its tailplane, and lacking room to display, it was turned into a tiny rocket-plane, 1/24. Civilian.
(D20) PF-38 Sesquiplane Lightning (from Lockheed P-38 Lightning), 2012, see
This 1/48 P-38 was too wide, but with external wings becoming a parasol wing, the size reduction is achieved (with maybe increased maneuverability at scale 1, better operability on carriers with elevators).
(D21) Boeing 747C CanardLiner (from Boeing 747), 2012, see
After child-breaking, this airplane gift (that was not a kit) has been "repaired" with changes: jets above the wings and tailplanes in front position.
(D22) J2M12 Raiden Trainer (from Mitsubishi J2M3 Raiden), 1978+2013, see
Lacking lateral room to display, the Frenchanese Raiden 1/32 has been turned into a civilian trainer glider, 1/48, for piloting an asymmetric aircraft
(D23) Boeing 777-2000 (from Boeing 777), 2013, see
Broken down after transportation, a regular model of Boeing 777 was repaired with turbofan engines mounted on the tail, above tailplanes
(D24) Boeing 7474 Jumbobo (from Boeing 747), 2018, see,45328.0.html
With a high wing, truncated fuselage, and asymmetry in engines, the 1/125 airliner has become a 1/48 little plane.
(D25) Mustata (from Mustang P-51D), 2019, see,45773.0.html
The partly broken P-51^ has been modified into a canard glider with prone pilot and short span.
(D26) P-51P-208B (from P-51P-208A from P-51D), 2022, see
The model, partly broken, was rebuilt with a mistake in the port boom angle, increasing asymmetry.
(D27) F-16VT Vee-Tail Falcon (from VTOF-16 from F-16Mlu), 2022, see
The model, partly broken, was rebuilt with a simple V-Tail (on a shortened fuselage) instead of a tailsitter layout. There is a little asymmetry, one fin being larger than the other (from tailplanes for different versions).
(D28) P-38S Simplified Lightning (from P-38W from P-38L), 2022, see
The model, partly broken, was rebuilt with symmetruc little booms and no more engines into a glider.
(D29) Boulton-Paul P.99C (from P.99B from P.99), 2022, see
The model has been completed with push-pull engines from the broken P-38W model.
(D30) P-51D-51G Mumustang (from P-51P-208A from P-51D), 2022, see
The model, partly broken, was rebuilt with a single shortened boom asymmetrically holding a fin, and with an antitorque propeller at the starboard wingtip.
(D31) F-5456A (from P-5456B from XP-54-55-56), 2022, see
The model, partly broken, was rebuilt with a single shortened boom asymmetrically holding a fin, and with an antitorque propeller at the starboard wingtip.
(D32) KhAI-3.41 (from KhAI-3.00 from KhAI-3), 2022, see
The model (from source 1/72), partly broken, was rebuilt with a central wing (from DC-10 1/300), a single lareral boom, asymmetric, 4 jets (from F-16 1/144) and 4 engines with propellers (from P-51 1/72 tanks with 1/144 P-38 propellers).
(D33) Fouga 141Bv Asymster (from Fugga McIster and De Havilland Wingfire), 2023, see
The model having lost its port wing received a complete tandem wing instead, the remaining half-wing moving rearward with increased asymmetry.

Not finished
(E01) Improved P-51Ds (from 2 North American P-51D Mustang), 1997, see,2551.0.html
Removing engine, propeller, tailplanes, to get pure silhouettes, then one with improved beauty, slimmed without air intakes, with reduced fuselage height and canopy moved rearward. Lost when I changed home.
(E02) Improved Spitefuls (from 2 Supermarine Spiteful F.14), 1997, see,29480.0.html
Removing engine, propeller, tailplanes, to get pure silhouettes, then one with improved beauty, slimmed with slim nose, with reduced fuselage height and canopy moved rearward. Lost when I changed home.
(E03) Improved P-51B (from North American P-51B Mustang), 1997
Same as improved P-51D. Lost when I changed home.
(E04) Spitefulire V (from Supermarine Spiteful F.14 and Spitfire Mk.V), 1997, see,29480.0.html
Same as improved Spiteful, then back cut to install a Spitfire V canopy. Lost when I changed home.
(E05) Mirage F3L (from Dassault Mirage F1C and Sepecat Jaguar A), 1997, see,29480.0.html
Mirage F1 with low wing and no tailplane (like a Mirage III), canopy of Jaguar. Lost when I changed home.
(E06) Simplified A-7 (from LTV A-7 Corsair II), 1996
Removing the ugly nose air-intake, and truncating the fuselage. Lost when I changed home. No photograph.