from Wikipedia The Myasishchev M-50 (NATO reporting name Bounder) was a Soviet prototype four-jet engine supersonic strategic bomber, which never attained service. Only one prototype was built, which was believed to have first flown in 1957. The M-50 was constructed by the Myasishchev design bureau.
It was a fast jet bomber with four engines: two Dobrynin VD-7 and two VD-7F turbojets. Two engines were located under the wing and two on the tips of its shoulder-mounted, truncated delta wings.
The second M-50 was designated M-52 and carried Zubets 16-17 turbojets, around which the aircraft had been designed. The engine installation was modified, and a second tailplane added to the top of the fin. M-50 participated in a Soviet Aviation Day flyby in 1961. M-52 was completed but was not flight tested.
Like most of the early 1960s supersonic strategic bomber projects, the M-50/52 program was terminated due to the development of the Intercontinental ballistic missiles and the priority assigned to the Soviet space program
Length: 57.48 m (188 ft 7 in)
Wingspan: 35.10 m (115 ft 2 in)
Height: 8.25 m (27 ft 1 in)
Wing area: 290.6 m2 (3,128 sq ft)
Empty weight: 85,000 kg (187,393 lb)
Gross weight: 175,000 kg (385,809 lb)
Max takeoff weight: 200,000 kg (440,925 lb)
Powerplant: 2 × Dobrynin VD-7F afterburning turbojet, 137.29 kN (30,865 lbf) thrust each wet
Powerplant: 2 × Dobrynin VD-7 non-afterburning turbojet, 110 kN (24,000 lbf) thrust each
Maximum speed: 1,950 km/h (1,212 mph; 1,053 kn)
Cruising speed: 1,500 km/h (932 mph; 810 kn)
Range: 7,400 km (4,598 mi; 3,996 nmi)
Service ceiling: 16,500 m (54,134 ft)
Wing loading: 602 kg/m2 (123 lb/sq ft)
30,000 kg (66,000 lb) of bombs or missiles carried in internal bays
Beautiful work! You really nailed the proportions and details. I was fortunate enough to see the M-50 when I visited the Monino Museum a few years ago. It is a real beast! I'm glad to see it finally in Lego.