This industrial modern art Watch Display Stand was created using a 1950's Continental Motors 0-200 (also called the C90) airplane engine piston. The 0-200 engines are used in many aircraft designs of the United States, including the early Piper PA-18 Super Cub,the Champion 7EC, the Alon Aircoupe, and the Cessna 150. Other applications include:
Aeronca Champion 7EC
Anglin J6 Karatoo
Bölkow Bo 208
Cessna 162 Skycatcher
Civil Aviation Department MG-1
CubCrafters Carbon Cub EX
CubCrafters CC11-100 Sport Cub S2
Falconar F11 Sporty
Fisher Dakota Hawk
Flaeming Air FA 04 Peregrine
Fleet Model 80 Canuck
IndUS Aviation Sport E
Jodel DR1050 Excellence
Miller-Bohannon JM-2 Pushy Galore
Piper Cub Special
Pottier P.60 Minacro
Ryan ST-100 Cloudster
VSR SR-1 Snoshoo
VTOL Aircraft Phillicopter
Williams W-17 Stinger
World Aircraft Spirit
MADE IN THE USA! A PLANE PIECES INC ORIGINAL DESIGN!
INDUSTRIAL MODERN DESIGN
Piston has been blasted to raw aluminum
Flying Monkey Edition
Piston Measures approximately 4 inches in Diameter X 2 3/4 Inches High
Piston style may be slightly different than that shown in photos.
Comes complete with watch stand and adapter. All you need is your favorite watch to show off.
We suggest showing off your apple watch, samsung watch, Franck Muller, Rolex, Patek Philippe, Omega, Audemars Piguet, Jaegar LeCoultre,Tag Heuer, Breitling, Tissot, Zenith, Cartier, Citizen, Movado, Casio, Hamilton, Skagen, pilots watch or that special watch your grandfather gave you.
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