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Old 03-10-2015, 09:45 PM   #9
phunter
 
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Default Hartzell

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Originally Posted by Dave View Post
It's strange to see no decals on it, and early Hartzell propellers were made with walnut, not oak.
After doing some research this may be an early experimental prop.
It also appears this maybe made for a dirigible, how cool is that! I have some more digging around to do on this, hopefully finding out if it was made for a plane or a Hindenburg.
I know it hasn't seen the light of day since the 1950's, I found it still wrapped up in brown paper, it looks to have never been installed
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