Description:I need a 3D CAD file of a conceptual twin fuselage or twin tail aircraft similar to the images attached. The wing span will should be about 7 feet long. This should not have a cockpit, or mufflers, scoops (unless require) as this will be an electric aircraft concept.
Wants:A thought out design that looks good.
Don't Wants:Someone else s design
- SolidWorks 2015 or similar
#2 plane by Jeremy Benjamin
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