Furniture made from aviation salvage

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6 Responses to “Furniture made from aviation salvage”

  1. Toastpoints says:

    You’re not mistaken, it’s them. I miss that show, crazy as it was.

  2. Bentcorner says:

    The chair shown in the photo isn’t from a B-52 ejection seat. They have more of a square-shaped back. They don’t come to a point like this one. This one looks too flimsy to even be an ejection seat.

  3. Cory Doctorow says:

    Bentcorner, yeah — the B52 chairs are elsewhere on the site.

  4. Jennifer Emick says:

    My FIL sells aircraft salvage…used to have literal tons of this stuff lying aroun. The bomb bits always looked like rockets to me, so I had this fantasy about making a marvin-the -martian style playground…

  5. Strato says:

    I watched the series for a while…wish I could justify the expense as they do some cool shit.

    as an indicator of what their prices run look at the following

    http://store.motoartstore.com/artwork.html

    the “AquaBomb” (which I learned watching the show started out as an attempted Lava Lamp) sells for $3950.00

    so figure 4x that for a cowling desk…at least.

  6. Ethan says:

    If I’m not mistaken, these guys (MotoArt) are the same ones that were featured in DiscoveryChannel
    ‘s “Wing Nuts.”

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