All of these suggestions are excellent advice . . . for building an actual airplane.
But Bynan asked what tools he’d need to build the Toolbox. The practice kit isn’t only to “practice.” It also lets people find out whether they even enjoy pulling rivets, etc. — an important bit of knowledge for someone who’s never done it before. If building the practice kit turns out to be a chore instead of a joy, then building a whole plane can be skipped, and a factory-built or used plane can be purchased and frustration can be avoided.
If anyone has, or can create, the list that Bynan asked for, I’d love to see it too.
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