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TWO LARGE BOOKS CATALOGS UPDATED JULY 09, 2017

NEW BOOKS ADDED! See Pages 24 and 25 --More Books Than You Can Read In A Lifetime!

Pnadora Science Fiction/Science Fantasy Catalog -- 25 Pages

Tim Beckley's Complete Books Catalog -- 30 Pages

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OUR BEST-SELLING RAMPA BOOKS ____________________________AIRPLANE! How we got our wings.__________________FREE CLASSIC BOOK -- RASHOMON


Strange UFO (OVNI) captured on airborne thermal imaging video by

Department of Homeland Security DHC-8 aircrew over Puerto Rico

and verified by USAF Radar track and tower personnel. (pdf file)



Scratch-built TBM-3 ASW Variant (General Motors) in service with the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force.
Working from photos and three-views, I built this card model three times before I was satisfied with it.
10.5 inch wingspan. They're paper. If I don't like them, they go into the trashbin.

Hasegawa© has a fine plastic variant of the TBM 3W2


NEW NEW!
GALLERY OF SOME OF MY COMPLETED CARD MODELS
NEW ! NEW! NEW! 11-26-2016
ANOTHER GALLERY OF CARD MODELS SINGLE AND LARGER

Great Tupolev R-6/MP-6 (two card models at 1/33rd scale)


The Venerable An-2 Colt


Fiat CR-32 Book, 3-Views and Card Plane


NEW CARD MODELS! Some Famous WWII Japanese Planes


A QUICK, EASY WAY TO SCALE YOUR CARD MODELS

Let's say you have a card model of an airplane that has an actual wingspan of 46 feet and you want to make the model at 1:33 scale.

Simply divide 46 by 3 (3/46) for a result of 15-1/3. Print the model so the wingspan is 15-1/3 inches.

For a 1:48 (1/4 inch) scale, divide 46 by 4 (4/46) for a result of 11-1/2. Print the template so the wingspan is 11-1/2 inches.

For a 1:72nd scale, divide 46 by 6 (6/46) for a result of 7-2/3. Print the template so the wingspan is 7-2/3 inches.


Please note: Some books below are large files and may be slow to load.
Aircraft Draftings World War One

Aircraft Draftings World War Two

Aircraft Yearbook

Scale views of the Air Racers

Colors and camo of planes from WW1 to present

Fighter planes of World War Two

Modern Jets

Aircraft Draftings Volume One

Aircraft Draftings Volume Two


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Some Great Aircraft Illustrations Part One &emdash; Part Two&emdash; Part Three

Part Four&emdash; &emdash; Part Five&emdash; Part Six


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Global Conspiracies And A Pocketful Of Spies! &emdash; &emdash;&emdash;&emdash; Military Multi-View Drawings