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Boat Plan Book of Weldwood Boats for Amateur Builders.
The United States Plywood Corporation.

Undated, but several references are to 1938 and 1939. 30 pages. Black and white. 5" x 8".

40 plans, mostly for boats... and directions to get complete plans. 5 pages on using Weldwood plywood in making boats.

Attached flap on first page crediting most of the designs to Westlawn Associates, Naval Architects, and originally reproduced to a smaller scale in Motor Boat Magazine.

Boats mentioned are Sabot, Fast Racing Knockabout, MacGregor #76, Minnow, Petral, Swampscott Fishing Dorey.

Many plans can be gotten through Capt. Victor Slocum, 618 Agate Court, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Others to Westlawn Associates in Montville, NJ, Rudder Magazine, 9 Murray Street, NY.

This vintage plan book will be sent backed with an acid-free board to keep it flat and in a clear archival sleeve to protect it.

We pack very carefully!
No musty or stale odor whatever.

We'll ship internationally as well. Please be so kind as to let us know your country for shipping rates outside of the U.S. We'll get back to you as soon as we can with the information.

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Weldwood BOATS Amateur BUILDERS Vintage 1938 PLAN Book 40 Plans


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Material: paper
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