Early aeroplanes were simple machines by the high tech standards of today, being mainly constructed from wood and cloth. This simple construction, though dangerous for the aviator, was a joy for the woodworker. Many planes of this era have rotted or been destroyed. Including an introductory essay on woodworking, this is the perfect guide for anybody interested early aviation or an amateur carpenter wishing to restore or repair aeroplanes of a bygone age.
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