4 decal variants:
1. Me P.1107, KG 54, Luftwaffe, 1946 /alternate marking/
2. Me P.1107, KG 51, Luftwaffe, 1946 /alternate marking/
3. Me P.1107, KG 30, Luftwaffe, 1946 /alternate marking/
4. Me P.1107, KG 66, Luftwaffe, 1946 /alternate marking/
The steel and duralumin fuselage was to be taken from the Me 264, while the wings were to be made of wood. The chassis was to consist of two large-diameter main wheels which slid into the fuselage and twin front wheels, and the tail surface was to have a highly set tail space. Fuel tanks were to be transported in the middle fuselage and wings. A four-member crew, as well as radio and radar equipment, would be housed in a pressurized heated cabin. The offensive armament was to be a bomb weighing 4,000 kg carried in the hull, no defensive armament was designed. P.1107 / I was rejected by the RLM because they found that it would not have enough speed or maximum altitude to safely reach the United States.