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Usaaf prop that needs id-ing

Article about: I think 160 is a bit high, its pretty well rusted all over, repainted, no real guarantee of wartime item without proper id, personally i wouldnt want to pay much over 90-100 but im not an

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    I think 160 is a bit high, its pretty well rusted all over, repainted, no real guarantee of wartime item without proper id, personally i wouldnt want to pay much over 90-100 but im not an aircraft parts collector, there are a few on here and i think i would wait a few hrs until they log on, get some more opinions

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    Yep i think we have a match
    What about the price? It seems ok to me but iv not really looked into the price of ww2 props before.

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    Quote by davejb View Post
    I think 160 is a bit high, its pretty well rusted all over, repainted, no real guarantee of wartime item without proper id, personally i wouldnt want to pay much over 90-100 but im not an aircraft parts collector, there are a few on here and i think i would wait a few hrs until they log on, get some more opinions
    Yeah your right its well pitted and i really wish it hadnt been repianted but these things will only get harder to find. I just dont want to pass up the offer and regret it?????????????????????????

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    Well it looks like ther ones on the above site, plus it is hollow steell construction which accounts for the rust, therefore its a question of how bad do you want it, either way id ask for a bit of discount because of the points mentioned, if you dont ask you dont get

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    Looks like yours dont it. I thought ive seen it before.

    ERIC

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    Yep look the same. Was that one from a B26?

    Just found it. No price

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    Yes it is good luck with yours.

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    It's from a curtis electric assembly, without more details - usually you can find a part umber stamped on the shank at the base of the blade, it is likely form a B-26 as mentioned but could also very likley be off of a P-47, maybe a P-39 but unlikley.

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    i would go for it myself, and if you dont let me know, i would be interested in adding it to my collection
    good luck
    regards Mad.ideas

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