1930's Curtiss Reed Type E Single Piece metal Airplane Propeller.
Curtiss Reed Design 55501
This propeller was removed from a Waco aircraft.
Stampings around hub: 55501-8 | M-5577 | ATC 539 | RPM 2150 | HP 300
Finished in a gorgeous brushed aluminum texture.
Comes complete with custom fabricated mirror polished aluminum spinner cap.
Measures 94 inches in length x 9 inches (bottom to top of spinner) x 6 inches wide.
Weighs approximately 50 lbs.
Propeller is being sold as an Unairworthy Decoration Piece.
Perfect for your home, man cave, office, restaurant, bar, hangar, dorm room, garage, etc.
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