1940's Hamilton Standard 6501A-0 Blade. This was originally off a F4U Navy Corsair warbird. Blade will look exactly like blade in photo except model number will be 6501A-0 (will not come with rubber ring shown on bottom). This model was used on both the F4U-1 3-bladed propeller and the F4U-4 4-bladed propeller.
This is also the same blade model used on superstar WWII warbirds including the Grumman TBM Avenger, Grumman F6F Hellcat and the Republic P-47 Thunderbolt.
FRESHLY PAINTED WITH OVER-SIZED ETCHED (NOT PAINTED) MARKINGS AND HAMILTON STANDARD DECAL
75 1/2 Inches in Length
12 1/2 Inches at Widest Point
A rare opportunity to own a piece of World War II / Korean War history.
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