Re: Seeking something like "The Elements of Technical Illustration"
Although the car itself has been out of production since 1928, you can still get parts for it.
The parts are often made by the same small shops in Ohio, Indiana and
Michigan that made the original parts for Henry, generally on the
same equipment. Or so I've heard. Like they've never tossed out
those original molds for rubber parts, or the jigs for tooling the
(This note was written using the same bit patterns that formed the
characters in that document I wrote for XX Computer Company back in
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