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Germany - Dornier Do 335
Do 335 A-0
: 10 pre-production aircraft.
Do 335 A-1
: Single-seat fighter-bomber aircraft.
Do 335 A-2
: single-seat fighter-bomber aircraft with new weapon aiming systems, later proposed longer wing and updated DB603L engines.
Do 335 A-3
: single-seat reconnaissance aircraft built from A-1 aircraft, later proposed with longer wing.
Do 335 A-4
: single-seat reconnaissance aircraft with smaller cameras than the A-3
Do 335 A-5
: single-seat night fighter aircraft, later night and bad weather fighter with enlarged wing and DB603L engines.
Do 335 A-6
: two seat night fighter aircraft, with completely separate second cockpit located above and behind the original.
Do 335 A-7
: A-6 with longer wing.
Do 335 A-8
: A-4 fitted with longer wing.
Do 335 A-9
: A-4 fitted with longer wing, DB603L engines and pressurized cockpit.
Do 335 B-1
: Abandoned in development.
Do 335 B-2
: Single-seat destroyer aircraft. Fitted with 2 additional MK 103 in the wings and two 300 litre (80 US gal) auxiliary fuel tanks.
Do 335 B-3
: updated B-1 but with longer wing.
Do 335 B-4
: update of the B-1 with longer wing, DB603L engine.
Do 335 B-12
: dual seat trainer version for the B-series aircraft.
: A Do 335 with the redesigned, longer wing. Allied intelligence reports from early May 1945 make a report of a spotted Do 435 at the Dornier factory airfield at Lowenthal.
: Actually the He 535, once the Dornier P254 design was handed over to Heinkel in October 1944.
version. Also called Junkers Ju 635 or Do 335Z. Mock up only.
Do P 256
: turbojet nightfighter version, with two podded
based on Do 335 airframe.
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