Working Drawings of Horse-Drawn Vehicles

Working drawings – were considered to be the most useful for building a horse-drawn vehicle, they were usually drawn ¾ inch scale, and the best were drawn using the French or DuPont rule, showing all elevations of the vehicle on the same plane.
Because of the large number of request the Carriage Museum of America receives from people wanting to build full-size vehicles and people wanting to build models the best of 100 working drawings from the two major trade journals has been compiled into a working portfolio.