In mid-December 1943, at the Arado facilities in Landeshut/Schlesien, work began on a flying wing project series under the direction of Dr.-Ing. W. Laute. This was further elaborated by Dipl. Ing. Kosin and Lehmann of Arado under the title of "[...]
My latest kit. It was fun because I was able to have a go again at the desert camouflage, this time using the correct RLM 80 Olive Green colour over the RLM 79. The canopy was the worst fitting part of the kit, leaving a huge gap at the front.
This one is a late-war German "paper-plane" (Luft'46), initially a two-seat night fighter equipped with a FuG 240 radar and 4 autocannons. No known mockups or prototypes were ever built. So, this model should be a fantasy anyway. A short run ki[...]