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90" 3-Bladed Warbird Mini aviation art Airplane Propeller Blade Display
The Mini Warbird is a smaller version of the massive Hamilton Standard and Curtiss propellers used on Warbirds in WWII on planes including the Corsair, Hellcat, P-51 Mustang, B-17 Flying Fortress and P-47 Thunderbolt.   Designed using 3 Authentic Hartzell Airplane Propeller Blades and steel 3-Bladed Hartzell Spyder Hub.   Blades have been painted black with yellow tips.  Hub has been painted silver. Each blade is approximately 40-42 inches and total diameter of display is 90-92 inches.  Weighs approximately 75 lbs. Will be shipped disassembled.  Extremely easy to re-assemble.  Propeller is off a real flying airplane.  All parts have been deemed unairworthy.  This propeller is for display only.  Perfect for your home, office, restaurant, bar, hangar, dorm room, garage, etc.   Display Stand is NOT INCLUDED (Sold Separately)

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