MotoArt not only creates unique, high-quality, aviation inspired furniture for corporate and residential spaces, but also custom designed pieces created specifically for any space, large or small. Upon delivery of size requirements, any style piece can be customized, or a new product can be developed for your needs and requirements. From fully customized features, dimensions, color, materials, style, and function, your piece of aviation history from MotoArt can be a collaborative creation second to none. Your custom MotoArt furniture or art design includes industrial design, concept rendering, engineering & 3D CAD modeling to fit your specific needs. Contact us to get started building your own piece of aviation history.
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KC-97 COWLING AIRPLANE DESK
Fuel up your corporate entrance! The perfect reception desk for saving space while sporting sleek lines and a modern look. The clear coated hardwood desk inside houses the workspace with comfort, and hardwood end caps add a touch of warmth to the piece. This airplane desk is built from two of the three individual sections that make up the complete cowling. Beginning operation in 1950, the radial engine KC-97 Stratotanker was an aerial refueling aircraft, replacing the C-97 Stratofreighter. An aviator would lower a "flying boom" to the nose of following aircraft while in flight for refueling. The KC-97 ran on aviation gasoline, but provided jet fuel in air and the plane was designed to handle both fuel systems independently. At its peak, the USAF ordered 816 KC-97's from Boeing. KC-97's were retired, completely, in 1978.
- Motoart cuts, grinds, buffs and polishes this piece for 120 man hours creating a beautiful sheen.