The Douglas DC-9 entered service in December 1965. Powered by two rear-mounted Pratt & Whitney JT8D turbofan engines, the airplane served airline and military customers for nearly five decades. The DC-9-80, later designated the MD-80, was the first jet airliner with the MD designation. This stunning artifact is a wine bar made from a DC-9/MD-80 JT8D LPT engine case. The aluminum and steel parts have been polished and given a gleaming chrome powder-coated finish. The specially fabricated curved stainless-steel bar surface is perfect for serving beverages, and a sturdy shelf inside is wide enough to hold two rows of wine bottles. Adjustable feet keep the bar steady on most floor surfaces. Includes Custom Hangar plaque and Certificate of Authenticity. Measures 42"H x 70"W. Weighs 92 lb. Made in USA. *NOTE: This artifact is sold as is with no guarantee that parts maintain original function. Not for flight use.*
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