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Homemade 747
After running out of room in his garage, Anthony Toth had to move his replica 747 into a warehouse. Toth spent the last 30 years perfecting his Pan Am 1970’s 747 cabin, obsessing over every single detail from the carpeted murals to the packaging on the peanuts. Toth sourced all his plane parts from the Mojave Desert’s "airplane graveyards" and spent over $150,000 on his 747 cabin. As he describes it “The coolest thing I’ve ever made”.
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Homemade 747
After running out of room in his garage, Anthony Toth had to move his replica 747 into a warehouse. Toth spent the last 30 years perfecting his Pan Am 1970’s 747 cabin, obsessing over every single detail from the carpeted murals to the packaging on the peanuts. Toth sourced all his plane parts from the Mojave Desert’s "airplane graveyards" and spent over $150,000 on his 747 cabin. As he describes it “The coolest thing I’ve ever made”.
Date: 3/17/14
Views: 57382
Video by:  Coolest Thing
 
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