It’s not auto-related, but who wouldn’t want an office chair as unique as this? It’s an actual ejection seat from a Boeing B52 Stratofortress bomber that was first flown by U.S. Air Force pilots in the mid 1950s and is expected to remain in service for another two decades. MotoArt modifies them for civilian use by attaching an aluminum swivel base with industrial casters and adding leather or vinyl seat cushions in your choice of colors. The company claims it takes about 100 hours to produce each made-to-order office chair, which is likely why the price isn’t advertised. Get all the details and check out MotoArt’s other cool aircraft-related items at www.motoart.com.

High-flying office chair

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