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Old 11-16-2012, 12:47 PM
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Does any one have a copy of the plans and building manual for a Museum Quality Proctor Jenny? I found a kit I have been looking for but it is missing those things. Please help if you have a set you can get me a copy of. Drop me a PM or email.
Old 11-16-2012, 02:34 PM
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Pretty sure you can get that from Proctor.
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Thanks, wanted to find some here if possible, they want 65 bucks, that's a bit steep
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They are actually worth it if you cant find used. Most people like them enough not to let them go.
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Depending on where you find them, you are easily going to spend that or more to pay someone to copy the drawings for you and put them in the mail. I often see copy prices north of $1 a sq ft in our area and the closest shop also wants $15 for a set up fee on each job as well. Given that the Proctor Jenny drawings consist of 5 sheets totally just shy of 70 sq ft and the karma of doing the right thing, that sounds like a fair price, especially when you consider the manual is included as well. And yes, I know it is really $81.75 with shipping.

The extra $25 or so they are north of what you think is fair is a pretty small blip on a project of this nature.
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Mr fly,
I have an extra set of plans, and a manual too. Will take me a few days to locate them due to recent move.

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Old 11-27-2012, 04:41 PM
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I bought the Jenny plans and blew them up 200% to 1/3 scale. Very nice plans and well worth the $$.
I plan on building this one of these days.
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pm me john if you find them

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