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Vintage Fahlin (Model 725) Wooden Airplane Propeller from the 1930’s that was most likely used on the Menasco Pirate C4 125 HP engine.
Stamped on propeller:
Fahlin Des. 725
No. 2011 HP 125
(2) Fahlin Decals
Propeller MFD. Exclusively for the Nicholas Beazley Airplane Co. Inc - Marshall, MO
This is a very rare propeller. I have taken measurements several times and despite a small bend on one of the leading edge tips, this propeller measures 77 inches in length. This is a very unusual length that I have not seen before.
The design number 725 is also a mystery and cannot be found in any of my manuals or research guides.
Propeller is in excellent condition (see photos) for a prop that's been around for 80+ years.
The original varnish is now the antique orange peel you would expect from a propeller this old. Made of gorgeous laminated wood with metal leading edges and original Fahlin decals on both blades. This propeller is being sold for display only. Perfect for your home, office, restaurant, bar, hangar, dorm room, man cave, garage, etc.
Propeller measures 77 inches in length and weighs less than 20 lbs.
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