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A very rare "Ford" stamped 8-1-1929 Standard Steel Trimotor mirror polished airplane propeller. This propeller was used on the Tin Goose in the 1920's and 1930's and may have ended up on other airplanes throughout the 1940's. Last etching shows 1-30-1940.
- Propeller measures just under 97 1/2 inches in diameter
- Stamped Standard Steel Pittsburgh (this is before Hamilton Aero and Standard Steel consolidated into Hamilton Standard)
- Old Script "Ford" stamp on each blade
- Blades have been polished to mirror finish on front and sanded down on backside.
- Hub, cuffs and bolts were chrome plated at some point and show air kissed patina.
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