Well, I finally decided to read the whole thing (including captions) and look at the illustrations from an old, old editio of AAM, of Aug. 1974. I am referring to the fiberglass article by Robert Harrah, I chose it as I already have many of the noted items at hand, but am a bit disappointed in it too. For the text goes on and on about the materials, not the illustrations and after number 11 I am lost. Zero on how to lay up a small cowling or how to make anything from beyond a plug and mold.
Is there any better, for I need to make up several cowls, not just one big item? I have built model boat hulls in the past, and these items are even smaller.