The Bomb Table

The Bomb Table

What was once used as the rear tail fin assembly for the MK-84 bomb, can now be yours to enjoy your favorite libation. Standing at bar height, the Blockbuster Bomb Tables are powder coated with vivid colors with 1/2 green glass tops. Guaranteed to be an explosion of conversation with friends and relatives.

  • Moto Art creates furniture from airplane parts and their latest product is the mile high bed. Okay, so it's pretty cheesy.. but it's certainly unlike any other bed on the market. Worth a look, just for it's unusual design!

  • How cool would this make me? Very cool. That's how cool this would make me. "Start off any business meeting with a conversation piece that may accidentally become the focal point of your discussion. Beautifully completed with t... How cool would this make me? Very cool. That's how cool this would make me. "Start off any business meeting with a conversation piece that may accidentally become the focal point of your discussion. Beautifully completed with the combination of mirror polished aluminum leading edges with a vibrant powder coated treatment. The underside is finished with turned aluminum and the frame is accented with red LED lighting. The legs are dual aluminum I-beams fused together and powder coated, complete with polished aluminum faceplates."

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  • This has got to be the most incredible reception desk I have ever seen.

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  • Beautiful table made from the cone of a B-52 engine nose assembly.

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  • MotoArt urges you to "Own a piece of aviation history," and this desk, made from the cowling of a DC-6, is a pretty awesome place to start. Ruude Leeuw says the Douglas DC-6 was "considered to be the best in her class, in the 195... MotoArt urges you to "Own a piece of aviation history," and this desk, made from the cowling of a DC-6, is a pretty awesome place to start. Ruude Leeuw says the Douglas DC-6 was "considered to be the best in her class, in the 1950s. Of course, in those days, only the Upper Class travelled by air. So their means of transport had to have class as well!" The piece is from a later date than that toward which I normally gravitate, but the lines and the original purpose of it were irresistible to me.

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  • MotoArt makes some very unusual pieces of furniture great especially for people with aviation occupations or interests. This particular chair is made from an actual ejection seat from a B-52. Both upward and downward ejection seat... MotoArt makes some very unusual pieces of furniture great especially for people with aviation occupations or interests. This particular chair is made from an actual ejection seat from a B-52. Both upward and downward ejection seats are available. Great way to get out of a meeting or get away when you really needed to just put your foot in your mouth.

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  • Office desk constructed from the horizontal stabilizer of a DC-10 .The 9 foot stabilizer is hand polished to a mirror finish, and topped with 1/2 inch Plexiglases top. Absolutely stunning. !! Can't afford one yet, but it on the... Office desk constructed from the horizontal stabilizer of a DC-10 .The 9 foot stabilizer is hand polished to a mirror finish, and topped with 1/2 inch Plexiglases top. Absolutely stunning. !! Can't afford one yet, but it on the must have list.

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  • Nothing says "I'm a bad ass" like furniture made from old airplane parts. These stylishly-designed pieces are crafted completely from aviation salvage. The site doesn't list any prices, which means you probably can't afford it -... Nothing says "I'm a bad ass" like furniture made from old airplane parts. These stylishly-designed pieces are crafted completely from aviation salvage. The site doesn't list any prices, which means you probably can't afford it -- but just in case you're totally loaded, check it out.

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