DC-9/MD-80 JT8D LPT Engine Wine Bar

The Douglas DC-9 entered service in December 1965. Powered by two rear-mounted Pratt & Whitney JT8D turbofan engines, the airplane served airline and military customers for nearly five decades. The DC-9-80, later designated the MD-80, was the first jet airliner with the MD designation. This stunning artifact is a wine bar made from a DC-9/MD-80 JT8D LPT engine case. The aluminum and steel parts have been polished and given a gleaming chrome powder-coated finish. The specially fabricated curved stainless-steel bar surface is perfect for serving beverages, and a sturdy shelf inside is wide enough to hold two rows of wine bottles.