|Free WEB Plans
The plans contained herein are available free from a multitude of WEB sites throughout the Internet. The advantage to this site is that you can probably find exactly what you're looking for without searching for hours. I've already done that.
In order to continue offering plans, we need your help. If you choose to, click the'Donate'
button. That will bring you to the PayPal section. If you donate $1, PayPal gets 32¢, the remaining 68¢ will be divided equally amount the three of us who maintain this site. That's a whopping 22.6¢ for each $1 donation. I can't speak for the others but I'm not going to spend mine right away. I'll wait a week or two and then I'll buy a whole state like Rhode Island or maybe a even a small country like Iran.
The actual donation amount is blank. Let your conscience be your guide.
If you'd rather not contribute, click the
button and you'll be able to download the plans just like the nice people do. If you'd prefer to go to a site where they don't ask for donations and have the same plans organized even better than here, go to vintageprojects.com. It's a very well set up site.
Once you decide whether you're a nice person or a cheapskate and click the appropriate button, you'll be brought to the Free Plans main index where all the available plans are categorized. Choose the category of your choice and you'll be brought to the category index.
To download, first select the plan title you want, wait for the .pdf to load and then click the "Save a Copy" radio button
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