Every Blueprint we offer is a first generation print made directly from vellum masters. Developed on 42"x 30" sheets, the actual technical drawing area measures three feet wide plus generous borders.
While some of our "blueprint layouts" may look similar to other plans/ drawing you may have seen, our plans are all re-drawn; perspective, components and design are different on our prints, more detailed. We strive for uniqueness and quality. We reference thousands of old plans and pictures that were made through the years, and strive to make sure the prints we offer are technically accurate, unique to us, and not available anywhere else.
On rare occasions, we are able to locate vintage original engineering drawings; these are cleaned and reproduced to offer fellow aviators works as close to the original / factory work as possible. These are most always component drawings and not always available. If you see a print on our site, it is then available to you at that time. Stock is removed once sold and not always made available again.
While most companies have limited shipping capabilities due to ever changing restrictions, regulations and pricing structure...
- AviationShoppe.com takes pride in being able to offer global shipping to more then 100 countries worldwide.
- We are experts in properly filling out the correct customs forms and following regulations to assure your order arrives in a timely manner
- We appreciate all of our customers. From within the states to across the globe. While attending air shows in places like Oshkosh, WI. I am always amazed at the diversity such events bring. I have met good folks from many countries across the globe. A wonderful experience.
WORLD PEACE THROUGH WORLD TRADE
World trade means the exchange of goods and services, men and methods, ideas and ideals among nations. When there is a proper flow of such goods and services across borders, there will be no need for soldiers to cross them.
That is why international trade is important to us all. The prosperity of even the smallest community is in part dependent upon what takes place in the world at large; therefore, we must train ourselves to think and work internationally.
The world is capable of producing enough of the necessities and comforts of life to supply adequately all the people. But the talents of the people, the quality of the soil and the natural resources of the earth are unequally divided, which results in the production of surpluses in certain countries. Our important economic job is to find a way to distribute these surpluses and make them available on a fair and equitable basis to the people in other countries who need them.
Every country has natural advantages of climate and resources. In certain types of craftsmanship some nations have advantages over others. In viewing the picture as a whole, we cannot help but come to one conclusion. That is, if each country produces those goods and services which it is best fitted to produce and the resulting surpluses are exchanged through world trade, then total world production will be greater, there will be a wider distribution of the good things of life, and living standards everywhere will be improved.
To achieve these goals, we must, in addition, seek a method of settling disputes promptly and fairly, an adjustment of trade barriers and a stabilization of currencies on a basis that is fair to all countries.
We in this country must also join with the other free nations of the world in promoting the exchange of technical and scientific information and know-how. Once we have done all these things, we shall more quickly achieve the goal of World Peace Through World Trade.