In the discussion about the vintage aircrafts of US military, Twin Beech is a name that can never be missed out. The Twin Beech name refers to the Beechcraft Model 18 aircraft that has served as a United States Army’s war-bird during and after World War II. It is a 6 to 11 seat, twin-engine, low-wing, conventional-gear aircraft that was manufactured by the Beech Aircraft Corporation of Wichita, Kansas in 1937. This classic aircraft has not only been used to carry passengers but also for aerial spraying, serial fire fighting, ambulance services and many others. There is yet another unique use of this antique aircraft. Its parts are converted into a functional furniture piece – Twin Beech Conference table to create a dynamic environment for a special meeting.
Designed magnificently by MotoArt studio based in California, the Twin Beech conference table gives a new life to the vintage aircraft by combining its two ailerons. The two authentic skeleton Beech Flaps are painted in a custom color to accent the frame. Further these tables have a mirror polished finishing and aluminum under panels. These have a tempered glass surface and ranges from 10ft to 12 ft in length. Since MotoArt studio creates various furniture articles from old and original aircrafts, each piece is a functional sculpture or a marvelous piece of art. The authenticity of the Beech conference table can be determined by the original manufacturer tag.