Tag Archives: What-If
If the whole concept of a semi-expendable wooden (or even cardboard, as was proposed!) Vertical Take-Off rocket interceptor doesn’t sound wacky enough, imagine trying to launch it! When the Luftwaffe high command decided to back he Bachem Ba-349 Natter point defence interceptor, they realized it would only be useful if it could be moved around. […]
The annals of aviation history are replete with all kinds of fanciful designs and concepts that never really stood a chance of making it in the real world. The AMTech 1/48 Ta-183 Huckebein, however, celebrates one design that was so close to real that it’s almost a crime it didn’t make it. Read more in […]
For those who want a taste of some Luft ’46 craziness, check out my missile-toting He-219 G5/RT. Made from the old FROG Uhu kit, the Vielfrass (wolverine) is a What-If version of Heinkel’s famous night fighter reimagined for anti-radar duties. Its’ in the What If section of the Planes page!
Okay, so what do you get when you have two old Fi-103 (V-1) kits sitting around? Well, when one is piloted and the other isn’t you get the Fi-203 attack fighter, perfect for… well, for being a crazy What If! Check it out in the Planes section, and be glad this one is purely imaginary!