$5,500.00 USD $3,900.00 USD
C45 Expeditor Engine Cowling Couch: This beautiful centerpiece couch is made from C45 Expeditor engine cowlings. Aluminum is mirror-polished and couch upholstered in Canadian red. 100s of hours of work has gone into this piece, from cleaning to stripping, from imagining to sketching, from designing to final fabrication into something absolutely breathtaking. This unique accent piece pays homage to our men and their flying machines. It’s giving second life to the salvaged airplane parts that once guarded our skies with glory.
History: The C-45 is a military version of the Model 18 light commercial transport that first flew on January 15, 1937. 5,204 military models were delivered during World War 2. A number of C-45 transports served with the RCAF from 1944-1967 under the name Expeditor 3NM, 3NMT, 3T, etc., as a twin-engine navigational trainer, crew transport and a "hack", or taxi. Versions of both the C-45 and its civil counterpart, the Model 18, served with thirty of the world's air forces.
Vintage Aircraft Aluminum Cowling
Dimensions: 48"L x 33"W x 23"H
Weight: 75 Lbs
Each Aviation Furniture piece is unique and is restored in Canada. If you're looking for any other color for upholstery or piece of furniture like an office desk, conference table, couch, coffee table or side table then send us an email to check.
$4,500.00 USD $3,500.00 USD
IN STOCK / ASK A QUESTION Vintage Pilots Seat: This chair was salvaged from a remote military junkyard in Manitoba. Very likely it belongs to World War II era aircraft. The shape is typical of vintage bombers.Completely re-upholstered in industrial yellow vinyl, repainted and rebuilt...
$9,500.00 USD $5,500.00 USD
IN STOCK / ASK A QUESTION C45 Expeditor Rudder Desk: The C45 Expeditor rudder makes an impressive desk. All old paint stripped off and gave way to fresh zesty military’ish green. Custom cut glass top and industrial aviation style legs make this desk very unique...
Sugar’s Blues: This Limited Edition replica hand painted nose art belongs to Lancaster KB-864 of no. 428 squadron RCAF. The figure is based on the popular “Varga" pin-up girl who was featured in the January 1945 edition of Esquire magazine. The aircraft’s markings were NA-S...