Extremely Rare Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company OX-5 Original Engine Crankshaft
Powered the Famous Curtiss JN-4 Jenny during World War I
There is one of these at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
Stands 47 inches tall
Has lots of pitting as shown in photos.
Comes complete with Propeller Thrust Bearing
Dive into the romantic era of aviation with this authentic GB Lewis Co. propeller, straight out of the 1940s. Known for their unrivaled craftsmanship and innovation, GB Lewis Co. set...
From 1918-1919, this exquisite 6-foot Paragon Scimitar wooden airplane propeller stands as a testament to the renowned craftsmanship of the American Propeller and Manufacturing Company, based in Baltimore, MD. What...
Attention aviation enthusiasts and vintage collectors: We are pleased to present a remarkable piece from the annals of aviation history, a Sensenich wooden propeller from 1944. Distinctly, this propeller model...