Boeing 727 Walnut Burl Credenza
The Pratt & Whitney JT8D engine made its inaugural flight in 1963 and was widely popular among airline manufacturers of that time. It was used on airplanes such as Boeing 727 and 737 and McDonnell Douglas DC-9 and MD-80.
The Elegant Credenza cradles a Pratt & Whitney JT8D Engine Stator which is Nickel Plated. The base is entirely designed and custom built by our Founder Bob Verna and the rest of the piece was a collaboration between Oscar & Bob. The piece features a Walnut Burl Veneer. Other comparable veneers and plating processes like African Ebony Veneer and Chrome are available at no extra charge. This piece has a very fitting 1/2" tempered star fire glass top. Starfire is a low iron glass that greatly reduces the green edge to a light teal.
The Credenza measures 34" in height by 18" wide by 72" in length.
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Note: This aircraft part is subject to some minor wear and tear from years of usage. It may contain scuffs, small dings or scratches. It has been inspected and is free of major dents or any serious damage.