By: Editors of Popular Mechanics Press
Practical Projects for the Handy Man, Second Edition, is the perfect book for any modern maven, do-it-yourselfer, or just plain grown-up kid. Originally published in 1913 by the editors of Popular Mechanics Press, this gigantic collection of activities and improvements for home, garden, transportation, recreation, and more can keep a pair of hands busy for a lifetime. Written at a time when precision and craftsmanship were as important as the final product, this book gives clear, step-by-step instructions and offers detailed illustrations for nearly every job. Practical Projects for the Handy Man, Second Edition, is as satisfying and reliable a guide for the modern builder as it was at the turn of the century.
Some of the hundreds of fun and fascinating projects from which to choose include: porch swing chair, mission library table, electric clock, wooden paddleboat, grape arbor, ornamental ironwork, telescope, toboggan sled, homemade still, aquarium, treehouse, leatherwork, bird house, and much much more.
Pages: 469 p.