A little tardy but here I am. I have about 95% of the drawings required to build a low wing such as Altair, Sirius or Orion. I have possibly more than that percentage related to the high wings, but have not concentrated on them. I have worked on acquiring this collection since 1969. My long career in mechanical design enabled me to see how LAC did things and do some "gap filling" in Autocad and even Solidworks here and there.
To get an idea of volume of drawings involved, check out the 9F1 Orion ATC drawing list linked on my web page.
A very tiny portion of the low wing drawings have been scanned to pdf and uploaded to my web page. As demand and or funding eventuates, more will be scanned and uploaded.
A little correction on JKN. He worked for the brothers as a very young man way before the Vega in the Santa Barbara days in the teens. The first of the Vega style fuselages was the small S1 sport biplane. The concept and methodology of making the fuselage was patented by the brothers in 1922. See the book Revolution In The Sky. Jerry Vultee's 1928 fuselage building article is linked on my web page.
Wylam (and Paul Matt for that matter) was a gifted artist, but had very little clue of what a real Lockheed consisted of. A few things wrong with Wylam's drawings include wrong fuselage ring spacing, wrong fuselage ring dimensions, wrong wing rib spacing, wrong spacing between spars, showing non parallel spars, and showing flat bottom Clark Y airfoil. His drawings are suitable for a "sort of looks like" model airplane.
My web page is at http://www.aeromuseumservices.com
Here are some progress photos Tom Haueter shared with me on his DL-2A Altair from scratch he and Steve are building from my drawings: