|Three EAA Technical Counselors (over 60 total years' experience) show you the procedures necessary to construct a complete airframe from plans. Table jig construction, measuring, cutting, fitting, bending, tacking, and gas welding are shown in detail, along with the countless do's and don'ts which are only discovered by not only building many aircraft for oneself, but also helping others to do the same. Small, medium, and large parts are shown and demonstrated in detail. See the reconstruction efforts on a wrecked Stinson Gullwing, and the methods used to insure its value. This is a 4 1/4 hour, two tape set|
Somewhat disorganized, and way over priced, but still a great learning tool.
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