SIKU F-32 Radarflugzeug
Lockheed WV-2 (Radar plane)
The Lokheed VW 2 "Warning Star" was an early warning aircraft in service with the U.S. Navy. It was a military variant of the civil L.1049 Constellation ( photographs on the US NAVY Patrol Stations website) .
The Lockheed WV-2E was a WV-2 modified as a testbed for the equipment for the W2V-1, a projected airborne early-warning version of the civil Model 1649 Starliner . It was to be powered by propeller turbines and aditional turbojets. The WV-2 had a dish radome , the tip tanks were ommitted, and it has the rouded wingtips of the L-1049 line. First flight was 1956. The W2V-1 contract was cancelled and the WV-2E remained experimental.
Picture 2 Dish radome and rounded wingtips of the real Lockheed WV-2E.
See also this photo from the Aviation Enthusiast Corner website.