propeller identification please.

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  1. maxbren

    maxbren New Member

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    I bought this propeller but i don't know aircraft, warbird or not.

    I rely in great specialist of this forum by thanking in you advance.:D AVION HELICE 001.jpg AVION HELICE 002-1.jpg AVION HELICE 003-1.jpg AVION HELICE 006-1.jpg
     
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    No luck on the net so far...can you take a pic of the markings in the white circle?
     
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    I'm sorry, it isn't aircraft WW2 propeller's, it's a breguet Br.1050 Alizée 1960

    I think that i am going to remove this post
     
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    You don't need to remove the post. It might help someone in the future.

    Welcome to the forum!
     
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    Exactly! Not just WW II aircraft here, may well help someone sometime.
    How were you able to identify it btw?
     
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    It's not me for identification but an old pilot who knew this aircraft.

    Bye.
     
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    Good stuff!
     
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    The prop is most certainly a British made (Dowty) Rotol prop, judging by the locking mechanism on the blade butt, and before anyone says, "ahh, bat zee Alize wis Frrrrench", it was powered by a Rolls Royce Dart.
     
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    Good stuff mate!
     
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