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Old 07-09-2017, 06:31 PM   #1
Dthomas22
 
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Default Aircraft identification - Hawker Horsley?

Good evening everyone,

I would be very grateful if someone could help me identify the airplane my propeller was designed for? We got very excited tonight when we thought we found it on the British Props spreadsheet on woodenpropeller.com, however the cell for "aircraft" was blank. Below is the information I have to date. Apart from the missing aircraft, the only difference was in diameter. On my propeller it says D3280, where in the spreadsheet it states D3220:

Design Number: Watts 740
Aircraft: blank (Hawker Horsley?)
Engine: Rolls Royce Condor
Blades: 2
Dia: 3220 (says 3280 on my propeller)
Pitch: 3200
Comments: Feb 27 (matches date on my propeller)

On my propeller it also says Condor 7669-2 on it and also G 4658 N I.

Thank you in advance to anyone who might be able to shed some light on this, as we're really excited to see how much of the jigsaw we can piece together around the history of the propeller.

Many thanks,

David
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