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Old 10-17-2017, 04:31 PM   #1
cman
 
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Default hope someone can help!

I got this old prop from a friend of mine and always wondered what it came off of. My dad originally told me to find a serial number on it and that might help but, after going over it with a fine tooth comb there isn't a single number or letter on this thing anywhere.
So, with that being said all I have is a good story: My friend found this in the barn on his family farm in Perrysburg, Ohio. The farm was used as an army airfield and Eddie Rickenbacker flew out of it.

The prop is 100" from busted tip to tip.

That's all I got!

Let me know if anyone can do anything with this info.

Thanks,
Chris
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