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Old 03-28-2019, 06:35:08 AM
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Default Scale Lake Breeze Fan Drawings?

I bought this years ago at the NAMES show. Does anyone have drawings for this? I'm guessing it's maybe 1/2 scale.
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Wayne,
Those kits were made by Paul Jacobs in Ohio. Not sure if he's still around but the address was:

Paul Jacobs
1745 Glastonberry
TOledo OH 43613
419/475-7103

You have a card in your photo from Wade Connell in MN--maybe he would have the drawings. or Google "Paul Jacobs Lake Breeze fan" and you might find someone who built one and saved the drawings.
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Wayne,
Those kits were made by Paul Jacobs in Ohio. Not sure if he's still around but the address was:
Paul Jacobs
1745 Glastonberry
TOledo OH 43613
419/475-7103
You have a card in your photo from Wade Connell in MN--maybe he would have the drawings. or Google "Paul Jacobs Lake Breeze fan" and you might find someone who built one and saved the drawings.
i have a set of Wade's drawings that i photoed and sent to Wayne.
i think both Paul and Wade are gone. Marv
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