Sectioned example of the Napier ‘Sabre’ aero engine
Sectioned and operating example of the Napier ‘Sabre’ aero engine, with two reduction gear casing lugs, by D. Napier and Son Limited, England, 1944-1946
- Aircraft Propulsion
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- aluminium alloy, asbestos, copper (alloy), paint, rubber (unidentified) and steel (metal)
- furnishing and equipment
- tools & equipment
- engine - power producing equipment
- D. Napier & Sons Ltd.
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