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Vintage Hartzell (Design 424) Early Pre WWII Wooden Airplane Propeller
This propeller is from the 1920's based on its serial number (10074) and design.
As was common back in the day, the hub on this propeller was cut to make room for a clock. We have covered this hole with a gorgeous chrome spinner that sticks out 2 1/2 inches.
Propeller is in excellent condition (see photos) for a prop that's been around for 90+ years.
Made of gorgeous laminated wood with scalloped metal leading edges and original Hartzell decals on both blades.
Hartzell is stamped into the leading edge
This propeller is being sold for display only. Perfect for your home, office, restaurant, bar, hangar, dorm room, man cave, garage, etc.
Propeller measures 80 inches in length x 7 Inches wide x 7 Inches deep (includes spinner) and weighs less than 30 lbs.
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