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Sleep in the Engine of a 747

by Reverend_Danger   March 13, 2009 at 3:24PM  |  Views: 45

Moto Art is a company that takes pieces of airplanes and makes them into home furnishings.  It’s all custom, it’s all awesome, and this months creation is a piece I have cleverly deemed “the cock pit.”

This 84-inch circular bed (which are so hot right now) is created from half of one of the engine cowels on a Boeing 747 Jet Liner.  It’s got a polished, nay, mirrored interior so you can watch yourself sleep, read, or whatever in bed. Each end cap of the headboard is capped with clear Plexiglass, too, so you can look into the cowel’s inner workings whenever you like.

You have to request a price, but I bet that if you have to ask, you can't afford it.

Source: motoart.com

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