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New into the shop is this truly exceptional piece of aviation history: a 1930s Sensenich Brothers 72-inch wooden airplane propeller. This exquisite artifact, Model 72C42, bears the Serial Number 39916 and is rated for 65 horsepower at 2350 RPM. It is noteworthy that this specific model was utilized on aircraft such as the Piper J3 Cub, Aeronca 65, and Taylorcraft BC, each powered by a Continental 65 engine.
One of the most distinctive features of this propeller is the presence of Sensenich Brothers Repair Service decals. These decals are exceedingly rare, as most propellers from the 1930s and 1940s were rendered irreparable, particularly those constructed of wood. The decals are in pristine condition, further enhancing the propeller's aesthetic appeal.
This striking propeller would make a superb addition to any home or office space, offering a glimpse into the rich history of aviation while serving as a conversation piece for aviation enthusiasts and visitors alike.
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