It contained resources I found helpful, or just a little interesting, and I just wanted to share them.
That page was long overdue for some maintenance, and so I finally cleaned it up.
I removed a few links that have gone dead. The sites have now become the ghost of webpages past.
But two more sites were added, and for all the value I think they bring, I wish them a long and prosperous existence.
Here they are!
An example of what you can find on AIRCORPS Library
The owners of this site have diligently collected and scanned prints and technical documents for aircraft form the 1930s, 1940s, and a few in the 1950s. I grant you, they're a pay site, but in my opinion, they have earned every cent they earned, plus more.
Most of us live life in the cloud, and this has got to be one of the greatest uses for it I have seen.
If you like old airplanes or vintage technical documents, then this page is for you!
Lazze Metal Shaping
This is a great YouTube channel with a video after video of detailed sheet metal work. Most of the work uses manual tools like English Wheels, shrinkers, stretchers, and brakes.
Definitely old school, and definitely worth your time!
Here's a video I liked, but this is just a small sample! Check out the site on Youtube!
So take look a these sites! I think you can find something worth while!