Slick New “Mile-High” Bed Constructed From Old Airplanes

Travel News — By spencerspellman on September 24, 2010 at 11:00 am

When you hear the term “mile high”, what do you usually think of? Skydiving? The mile-high city of Denver? The sports team of said city, the Denver Broncos? Probably not. When it comes to the term “mile high”, many people’s minds may jump to think of think of the exclusive membership of the “Mile High Club“, which many people talk about joining the ranks of, but few actually manage to do so– probably because of the difficulty in finding space, or moreover the legalities associated with such an act.

So if you’re a fan of airplanes, curious about the Mile High Club, but aren’t interested in the thrill of getting caught, this new piece of furniture may be right for you. It’s called the Mile High Bed and while it can’t be found on board an airplane, it is actually made from plane parts. Appearing in Motoart, the bed is constructed with two rear stabilizers from a DC-9 passenger jet and the flap of a C-130 cargo plane. Certainly not your typical bed, it’s more than big enough at 11 feet long and 7 feet wide. To add to this, it has polished mirrors and is illuminated with internal LED lighting. You can install the Mile High Bed and plan your “mile high experience” for the small price of $35,000.

[Photo courtesy of Codyfrew]

Tags: dc-9, mile high, mile high bed, mile high club

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