Draw up wood plans for their cars?
I am seeking a set of wood plans for all models and years. If anyone has a set that they would be willing to sell a copy of I am looking to buy.
In particular I am currently seeking 1917 Touring wood plans.
I have a set of 1915 - 1920 Touring plans, that I picked up in Canada. The individual's name who drew the originals is blacked out. I have just let them out on loan so a friend could get a set copied.
Would you mind asking him to make 2 copies and I will buy them from you?
I expect to see him this weekend and I will ask him for an extra copy
I will keep you informed
Regular e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
I would like to buy a set also, if you don't mind
Any one else ?
I should have said that the plans are for full size parts and there are at least 14 sheets.
John, Let me know how to get a set of the plans as well. Thanks, David Tipton
For those who wish to contact me, you can do so at john one one five @hughes.net (change numbers to digits and remove any spaces
1 Three one five-four-93-2148
Am home most days and evenings except Friday Eve, when I go to my nephews house for Poker night.
John........you are a credit to the hobby.......
I suspect you are a credit elsewhere too.
i would like a set what are the costs where to sent the money. i have 1915 touring made in usa thanks bernie
my email is email@example.com thanks bernie
To all those who have so far communicated requesting a copy of the plans. I now have the plans back in my hands, minus any copies. This week on the 15th, I have to go to a VA appointment in Watertown, NY, to see what the cost will be and will let you all know. I figure they are at least the cost of printing and postage, as they came to me with some precut parts
and lumber to finish Since I do not need the plans, my 1st inclination was to send them to Chris and let him handle any extra copies, but am continuing this route.
I forgot to add, there are 10 pages of plans, plate 1 thru Plate 8. Plate 2 is missing and was never there if there was one. I have looked at all of the other sheets and it appears there is nothing left out. I looks as if all of the wood parts dimensions are full size on the prints The only parts that I can see that are not full size are the Sill plates. In my post above I may have unintential arrogant statement to Chris and I apologise. That was not my intention
By chance are these a copy of the plans by Mel Miller done in 1969? If so I understand he actually worked for Ford.
For years Mel Miller's daughter, Jennifer, was selling his plans and chasing folks for copyright infringement. I bought some stuff from her a couple of years ago, but, her website (www.ModelTmel.com)no longer works and I don't know what happened to her.
Before I have any copies made, I need to talk by phone. My number is 315- four nine three 21 four eight. Please do not call over the weekend.
If you cannot call, leave me your email at johnoneonefiveAThughes.net
Thanks for your patience.
I have the plans for the roadsters and tourings from 1913-27 for sale. The plans of Mel Miller were never copyrighted. He just put it on his plans. I have gone to the Gov. Copyright site and have not found a copyright in his name. The sets of plans I have are complete with full size drawings and dimensional drawings. I have drawn up the 1913, 1914, and early 1915 plans with great detail.