I found that my effort to determine how long it took to describe graphically a major industrially made vehicle of the 1930’s both to assess the practicality of any future offereing meeting a schedule as well as a cost included my own time to come up to a quality and completion suitable for any review. Here my position for this one is in a building on Rosemead across from the North American Downey plant once belonging to Vultee. My work location was on the third foor of an office building with only wide stairs. The principal engineer on the project was formerly with North American Autonetics in Anaheim. He left after pretty well setting up the options and I was given the task of choosing the one to be proposed. Here better know trimotors are not seen. This one came in two versions, low wing and high wing.