C-119 Aileron Conference Table

Position your corporate attitude to a permanently upward angle with this rare and historic tool of aerial recovery.

This exquisite conference table is built using two ailerons from the C-119 aircraft.

The original cloth is removed to expose the intricately detailed skeletal structure within. The two ailerons are tapered and assembled to achieve comfortable leg space and to create a width suitable for large conference rooms. The legs are constructed of bamboo, a natural, renewable resource, when combined with the recycled aluminum frames grants this beauty as a truly “green” example of executive decor. The legs are custom made in our studios and epoxy painted to resist scuffing and can be painted the color of your choice. The bottom of the legs are capped off with 3/8” aluminum plates creating a striking line at the floor. The view from the top affords a look into the complicated engineering of the table, with all horizontal pieces bearing “lightness” holes stamped into the aluminum. The piece, as shown, is powder coated with our metallic orange option; other colors are available or you can choose the naked mirror finish with clear coating. Topped off with a ½” tempered glass sheet, your corporate logo can be added to the underside of the glass to synthesize your corporate brand with a symbol of extreme fortitude.

MotoArt craftsmen spend over 160 hours stripping original cloth, cutting, patching, grinding and sanding the aluminum to the bone. The underside of the table (again, as shown) can be fitted with optional decorative engine turned aluminum to obstruct the view of the floor and create a dazzling backdrop for the structure. If you can imagine it, we can do it. We can add portholes for telephone, computer or video cables, or perhaps you’d like a glass riser added to the middle of the table for video monitors, etc. They ailerons can be cut to fit your space with a maximum length of 15 feet.

Take a look at our selection of airline and pilot seats to complete the scene.

History

First flight: 1947
Role: Military transport aircraft
Manufacturer: Fairchild Aircraft

Table Created By Motoart 2011
Finishes: 

Aluminum:
• Powder Coated
(Available in a variety of colors)
• Mirror finish with clear coating.

Legs:
• Constructed of bamboo
• Epoxy painted to resist scuffing
(Available in a variety of colors)

Clients: