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Absolutely gorgeous (Looks to be New Old Stock) 1940's World War II Sensenich Wooden Airplane Propeller (Military Model 42K12335) made for the Ryan PT-22 Recruit.
Complete with full spinner (Not easy to find these days)
This particular propeller was to be used on the #138 PT-22 (as seen by black stamping on propeller). Marking parts associated with the plane was done to keep order in the maintenance hangar.So parts would go back on the same plane .As many flight schools where given ,say 150 planes. These numbers all over the plane kept order and also identified crashed birds as well.
Propeller measures 91 inches in length x 18 Inches Width of spinner X 11 inches Deep.
(2) Original Old Style, Big Style Sensenich Brothers Decals
Other Markings Include:
AC DWG NO: 42K12335
We will also be including (12) 4x6 photo copies of our original pinup girl set which featured this same type of Sensenich Propeller.
This propeller has some missing paint spots in the back, but this is by far the best looking PT-22 propeller we have come across.
Please check out all photos and contact us if you have any questions.
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