Also the Apollo Lunar Lander.
Nom nom nom.
I want the Apollo 11 Owner’s Workshop Manual 🙂
I used to live in a hut in the middle of a tractor wrecker in Hamilton. This guy also restored military vehicles for fun. There were tanks, armoured comms units, amphibious things, etc. all around the place for me to play on. And goats, lots of goats. In the middle of the night there was “maah-ah-ah, mee-eh-eh” *clang* *clang* *clang* as the goats battled for dominant positions standing atop the various clambering-points, ie tank turrets and cab roofs.
Anyway, I don’t think he had any Haynes manuals. But I bet he could have written a few.
And you didn’t permantently borrow a tank? What kind of man are you?
OMG. It’s real.
I initially thought it was a mock-up of the cover, not an actual product.
This is Haynes we’re talking about, who make a virtue of doing it the hard way.
That raises the question of whether they did a complete tear-down.
I’ve read it takes 300 hours to rebuild a Merlin.
I’m glad the cover all marks of the plane, ’cause it’d be frustrating if you shipped over the model from the wrong year.
Now I want to see the one for the Mossie. “First, get about 98706783 gallons of wood glue…”
There’s a guy with a factory-original Spit trainer at the airport I used to fly out of. It was interesting sitting there in a Cessna 152 behind him. He had mock 20mm cannon sticking out of the wings, too.
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