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Ultra sleek forward blade from a Griffon engine powered Avro Shackleton. Manufactured by the Havilland in the 1960s and as they used to say in their original adverts - The finest blade profile .
Sadly unlike the Hamilton standard propellers no one ever thought to save the DeHavilland blades here in the UK and therefore these are now very rare.
Made from Duralumin - a trademarked alloy used in aerospace industry between 1930s-1960s, these propellers where very strong and therefore a very sleek blade profile was able to be achieved. that had all sort for benefits in both manufacturing and the practical use of the propeller.
As usual with propellers from Aeroart, this prop has been chemically stripped to remove all the paint and then painstakingly polished on both sides to a mirror finish, it has undergone 18 stages of sanding and five stages of polishing to achieve a perfect flawless finish.
Shown here mounted on our custom base finished in “Warning Yellow” with a polished aluminium top. Colour of base can be changed to most standard colours, please enquire for details.
Approximately 30 Hours polishing time
Manufactured by Dehavilland 1950's
Perfect Flawless Finish
International buyers please make contact first before placing an order.
All items are authentic and once taken from a real flying aircraft.Propellers which are mounted have a range of bases and colours which can be chosen prior to ordering, please ask for details
Lead time is approximately 8-10 weeks on this item, due to the manufacturing/powdercoating of the custom base and the polishing of the propeller
10% deposit required Initially, remainder on delivery.
Includes free cleaning kit to maintain the finish as well as a framed description with genuine manufacturers decal.
Nationwide delivery available, please call or email for details
The Avro Shackleton is a long-range maritime patrol aircraft used by the royal air force and South African have forced. It was developed by Avro from the Avro Lincoln bomber (which was also a development of the Avro Lancaster) and was primarily produced to equip RAF coastal command against the Soviet submarine force. Entered service in 1951 in the anti submarine warfare and was also frequently deployed in search and rescue roles and even mail delivery and troop transport. The Avro Shackleton was used up until the 1970s in its maritime patrol role where it was later replaced by the Hawker Siddeley Nimrod. The aircraft was however used up until 1991 in the airborne early warning role until it was later replaced by the Boeing sentry
Early versions of the Shackleton were fitted with the Rolls-Royce Merlin engine however this was replaced with the Rolls-Royce Griffon engine which used a DeHavilland Contra-Rotating Propeller.