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Jungster I Plans

DashTrash

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I'm searching for anyone who has plans for the Jungster I for sale. Any tips or references are appreciated.

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John
 

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[email protected] is the current rights holder, and I’ve been told that he still sells plans.
I sent Howard Allmon a check over the weekend and he corresponded right back -- we've exchanged an email or two and some additional information, and I'm now looking forward to getting the Jungster I plans in the next few days... certainly seems quite responsive and he says he sells the II as well.
 

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My Jungster I plans arrived and I have to say I'm happy -- right at a week from the time I sent my check to Mr. Allmon until I received them (all by snail-mail). The plans are very good quality... I'm a bit of a plans junkie and have many, and these are clearer than most plans I have seen from decades back -- all the same size format and sharp, do not appear to have the degraded fuzzy quality of many legacy plans (clearly someone has preserved a first-rate master from which to print). These were originally hand-drawn and hand lettered which I prefer (some folks are now used to CAD, but that isn't my preference). From my first hasty skim through the plans, this project is entirely doable by a willing hobbyist -- no rocket science here. I'm quite pleased.
 

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