The only suggestion I would give (and I am sorry I didn't think of this sooner) is that the -300 would probably have the optional blister from the -1, as it has passengers on the lower deck.
Makes sense, drawing modified.
|Hood wrote: *||March 27th, 2018, 8:10 am|
Nice to see all these Tristar projects.
The Bistar is so short that it looks really odd, even makes the 747SP look well proportioned!
I don't know if there are crazier unknown projects lying in the paper archive of any Aircraft Manufacturer, but the L-1011-600 is possibily the tiniest widebody ever designed. it is even shorter than a 737MAX-10 or an A321.