737-300 Bulkhead Clock

Between 1984 and 1999, Boeing delivered more than 1,000 737-300 single-aisle jetliners, making it the most popular of the 737 “Classic” models. This unusual wall clock is made from a piece cut from the aft pressure bulkhead of a retired 737-300. The aft pressure bulkhead, located behind the rear galley, separates the cabin from the airplane’s auxiliary power unit. The piece has been trimmed to size, hand-polished, and given a silver powder-coated finish before being fitted with a high-torque clock mechanism and black hands. It would make a stunning wall display in office or home.