Unlike the XP-61 Black Widow, this American model from the same period (1942) does not show the aircraft as it was produced, but the prototype. In fact besides the technical modifications, the main difference is to be found behind the fuselage – the B-32s as they were produced had only a single rudder. During the Second World War this bomber was less well-known than the B-29 and the B-24 and was mainly operational in the Pacific. Despite the absence of its nose gear, this is in excellent condition and just as exceptional as the XP-61. Consolidated was famous mainly for the production of the XP-61.