World War II Jacob’s 1943 Bomber Training Engine Converted to Dining Room Table


Here we have a vintage WWII Jacob’s 7 cylinder radial 1943 bomber training engine that was accepted on March 4, 1943 and manufactured by the Jacob’s Aircraft Engine Pottstown, PA. by the Military and was crafted into a dining room table. This engine was taken apart piece by piece, all highly polished and reassembled into the dining room table you see featured. You can see in the one of the photos the condition it was in when we received it. The glass top measures 5′ across. The table overall measures 31″ high. The engine itself without the glass top measures 44″ wide x 31″ high. Across the bottom legs it is 29″ wide. It comes with 6 metal chairs. It has been wired with lighting underneath coming from the exhaust ports & works on 110 volts. The last photo shows the black turn switch to turn the lights on or off. This is a must see in person engine to really appreciate the craftsmanship that went into it. It is currently in a house in Brockton, MA. You can call us to make an appointment and arrangements to view. This can be delivered anywhere in the New England states for a fee. Please contact me for pick up arrangements.





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