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David Muir from Australia (used with permission) drawings from 'The Aeroplane' marked (§) were reprinted 'Aeroplanes and aero engines in detail' The French 'Aviation Magazine' apparently contained a lot of cutaway drawings The Aeroplane from the UK used to have a lot of cutaway drawings, but I don't think a listing exists the Jane's All The World's Aircraft annuals contain some cutaway drawings since roughly 2000 The Aeroplane Spotter, running fortnightly from 2 January 1941 to 10 July 1948, included cutaway or skeletal drawings Michael Niu's 'Airframe Structural Design' has an index to cutaway drawings in various magazines. My own collection contained a few that were not listed by Flight themselves. I cannot supply photocopies or scans of the cutaway drawings listed, due to time limitations and copyright issues. For example, is the Harrier a Hawker Siddely or British Aerospace product, and is it a General Dynamics or Lockheed F-16? Where I had to make such a choice, I grouped all versions of that design under one manufacturer's name, usually the oldest name. It is up to the user to track down copies.

The same applies to David Muir's collection of race car drawings. Therefore do not consider this to be a complete listing! Classic Grand Prix Cars, the Front Engined Formula1 Era 1906-1960 by Karl Ludvigsen The Anatomy & Development of the Formula One Racing Car from 1975 by Sal Incandela The Anatomy & Development of the Formula One Racing Car from 1975 by Sal Incandela Pt3 p21 Chaparral, Complete history of Jim Hall's Chaparral Race Cars 1961-1970 by Richard Falconer I'm a long-time collecter of cutaway drawings of aircraft, and when I came across several extensive lists of cutaway drawings, I had to compile a webpage listing all of them. No image may be copied or reproduced in any form without prior written permission. It covers subjects that I'm interested in with the exception of aviation, which may be seen on my dedicated aviation website All photographs, drawings, paintings and illustrations copyright © Michael Leek 2004-2017. There were some undated drawings, that Flight (apparently) could not find themselves either.

A list of all cutaway drawings was extracted. Flight cutaway listing from 2004, so Flight cutaways are 99% covered. Subsequent updates have been few and far between. Also, I don't have nearly all the drawings listed. A problem that could not be solved satisfactorily is the constant name changing of aircraft manufacturers due to take overs and mergers. I haven't had time to compare the lists. I started the page in 2007 because I had found near-complete lists of cutaway drawings in Flight and Air International. Air Enthusiast / Air Enthusiast International / Air International issues from June 1971 to May 1998 by Robert Stitt from Canada. Flight cutaways can be ordered from 'Boeing Aircraft Cutaways, The History of Boeing Aircraft Company' by Mike Badrocke & Bill Gunston 'Lockheed Aircraft Cutaways, The History of Lockheed Martin' by Mike Badrocke & Bill Gunston 'Modern Military Aircraft Anatomy' by Paul Eden and Soph Moeng, Amber Books, 2009, UK.

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Cutaway drawing index 2913 and counting, but never complete. I started the page in 2007 because I had found near-complete lists of cutaway drawings in Flight and Air ...

The same applies to David Muir's collection of race car drawings. There were some undated drawings, that Flight (apparently) could not find themselves either. It is up to the user to track down copies. David Muir from Australia (used with permission) drawings from 'The Aeroplane' marked (§) were reprinted 'Aeroplanes and aero engines in detail' The French 'Aviation Magazine' apparently contained a lot of cutaway drawings The Aeroplane from the UK used to have a lot of cutaway drawings, but I don't think a listing exists the Jane's All The World's Aircraft annuals contain some cutaway drawings since roughly 2000 The Aeroplane Spotter, running fortnightly from 2 January 1941 to 10 July 1948, included cutaway or skeletal drawings Michael Niu's 'Airframe Structural Design' has an index to cutaway drawings in various magazines.

Flight cutaway listing from 2004, so Flight cutaways are 99% covered. For example, is the Harrier a Hawker Siddely or British Aerospace product, and is it a General Dynamics or Lockheed F-16? Where I had to make such a choice, I grouped all versions of that design under one manufacturer's name, usually the oldest name. Air Enthusiast / Air Enthusiast International / Air International issues from June 1971 to May 1998 by Robert Stitt from Canada. Contains 118 cutaway drawings of modern aircraft with interviews with Yoshihiro Inomoto, David Kimble, Tony Matthews and Makoto Ouchi with around 1200 car cutaway drawings (not indexed here). Flight cutaways can be ordered from 'Boeing Aircraft Cutaways, The History of Boeing Aircraft Company' by Mike Badrocke & Bill Gunston 'Lockheed Aircraft Cutaways, The History of Lockheed Martin' by Mike Badrocke & Bill Gunston 'Modern Military Aircraft Anatomy' by Paul Eden and Soph Moeng, Amber Books, 2009, UK.

Also, I don't have nearly all the drawings listed. I haven't had time to compare the lists. I started the page in 2007 because I had found near-complete lists of cutaway drawings in Flight and Air International. My own collection contained a few that were not listed by Flight themselves. It covers subjects that I'm interested in with the exception of aviation, which may be seen on my dedicated aviation website All photographs, drawings, paintings and illustrations copyright © Michael Leek 2004-2017. This site showcases my digital photography and traditionally produced artwork. A list of all cutaway drawings was extracted. No image may be copied or reproduced in any form without prior written permission. Therefore do not consider this to be a complete listing! Classic Grand Prix Cars, the Front Engined Formula1 Era 1906-1960 by Karl Ludvigsen The Anatomy & Development of the Formula One Racing Car from 1975 by Sal Incandela The Anatomy & Development of the Formula One Racing Car from 1975 by Sal Incandela Pt3 p21 Chaparral, Complete history of Jim Hall's Chaparral Race Cars 1961-1970 by Richard Falconer I'm a long-time collecter of cutaway drawings of aircraft, and when I came across several extensive lists of cutaway drawings, I had to compile a webpage listing all of them. I cannot supply photocopies or scans of the cutaway drawings listed, due to time limitations and copyright issues.

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