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5.25" WWI "Rotary" style propeller

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5.25" WWI "Rotary" style LAMINATED propeller KIT This is ideal for use as a "display" propeller for our Magnificent Flying Machines First World War models. It looks great on the SE5A, Sopwith Camel, Sopwith Triplane and even the Tiger Moth. Each lamination of the prop is numbered, so simply glue them together in numerical order and then sand down to shape. The laminations are made from alternating dark and light hardwoods, but if you prefer to have a single colour (dark or light) please let us know when ordering. Please note that this is a kit of laser cut wooden laminations for you to glue and sand to shape.

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