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#AA-4070   1/144 scale  BMW Strahlbomber P.II  Long-range flying wing bomber project


Model Kit Contents (click the image for larger photo)

Model Features


102 resin parts +

Clear resin canopies, decal


Span 246 mm


Length 130 mm


Unit price: US$68

Shipping charge: US$10

Each model kit contents 1 set of decal. Extra  decals can also be ordered.

Extra decal



Aircraft History and Specification

In 1944, Reichsmarschall Goring instructed the Messerschmitt and Junkers to design and produce very long-range bombers which would be capable of carrying a 4,000 kg bomb load, at high speeds and over extreme distances, to mount strategic air strikes against the US and USSR. After test-fly the Horten VII flying wing design, the RLM declared the flying-wing to be the ideal configuration for a long-range bomber. Parallel to the Mersserschmitt and Junkers works, the German aviation designers also began to develop flying-wing bomber projects. By the time BMW entered the field of aviation design with their innovatory bomber projects. One was the jet-powered bomber in the layout of flying-wing. The Strahlbomber Project II was powered by two BMW 109-018 jet engines. This arrangement would provide sufficient inherent stability should one engine fail. In March 1945, all further development work on long-range bomber projects were creased by order of the RLM. Only the Horten Ho.XVIII continued upon the instructions of Goring.    










Long-range intercontinental bomber

To designed as a long-range bomber




2x BMW 109-0018 turbojets

590 mph


4,000kg bomb load / 2x 88mm anti-aircraft gun


Model References

The BMW Strahlbomber P.II package contents secret kits of four Luftwaffe designs as bonus:

The BMW Strahlbomber P.II is suitable to group with the following collection series.

Long-ranng flying-wing bomber in second World War

Arado Ar.E.555

BMW Strahlbomber P.II

Messerschmitt Me.P.08-01

Horten Ho.XVIII

Northrop XB-35

German experimental/project aircraft in second World War


Luft'46 aircraft


War time bomber aircraft