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    Quote Originally Posted by scifan57

    Powered by what?
    An engine which uses a clean liquid fuel. EDIT. Clean high quality fuel.

    What is it?-image-1443628102.jpg

    This is the previous view fully opened out. The section should give away quite a lot. My object originally delivered the propulsion for the mode of transport.

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    Wooden airplane propeller?
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    Yes that is what it is, Sci. Now to unlock the third answer. To which type of aircraft wad it attached?

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    WWI fighter.
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    It isn't a fighter. Here is the full I'd for the challenge to be solved.

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    Is it the propellor for The Blackburn Cirrus Minor?

    UK built - designed and built in the 1930s by Cirrus Engine Section of Blackburn Aircraft Limited.

    The one in your image may be the one on display at the RAF Museum, Cosford.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdmiralAdama
    Is it the propellor for The Blackburn Cirrus Minor?

    UK built - designed and built in the 1930s by Cirrus Engine Section of Blackburn Aircraft Limited.

    The one in your image may be the one on display at the RAF Museum, Cosford.

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    Yes, AA that's close enough. The one I have was converted into a clock, presented to my father. The prop is from an Auster.

    The next challenge is yours .

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    What is it?-image-1347933120.jpg

    As you see, the clock had pride of place in our living room.

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    Scifan broke it open with wooden propeller.
    I'd like to assign the next challenge to him please.

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    Thank's, Admiral. What is this? How is it used?



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    Quote Originally Posted by scifan57
    Thank's, Admiral. What is this? How is it used?

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    Not a match is it?


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