We have one of those at the Robins museum.Another furrin aircraft....English Electric Lightning.
Note the stacked engines...quite unusual. They provided a small front view and no yawing if one failed in flight. They were very "hot ships" in their day - with sparkling performance.
View attachment 94825
View attachment 94822
View attachment 94823
Note the over wing fuel tanks - another unusual feature. The early Lightning was a little short legged - as it was never designed designed to fly on long strike missions. It excelled as a point defense fighter though. The bulged belly was yet another fuel tank that was added to the later Mark F.6 models.
View attachment 94824
The early test models were quite sleek & clean, but the production models had many upgrades during production. Adding more range was addressed by the wing tanks and belly tank. Note the smooth under-side compared to the later models shown.
View attachment 94881