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Aircraft Seating (any ideas?)

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Building DIY' started by Robbie, Jan 13, 2005.

  1. Robbie

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    Hi, I am thinking about using oldor recovered first class airline seats for my cinema. I am sure a while ago i found a site on the net that sold them, which now seems to be eluding me.

    Has anyone got any ideas where i could get them from?

    Thanks

    Rob
     
  2. 406lx

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    Yeh - just watch out for that DVT!!!
     
  4. smerkderk

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    hehee, good old ebay, just make sure you get 1st class seats (bigger)

    Cheers
     
  5. Supersonic72

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    There have been quote a few places selling 1st generation Concorde
    seats, and a lot of the newest, 3rd gen zero-gravity seats fitted on
    the '97 refit are out now and again, not cheap, but look the dogs!!!

    Seen 'em mounted and castored, look awesome!!!!
     
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    for a cheaper alternative you could try these[​IMG]
    these cost me about 1-2hours work but you could probaly pick them up from a scrapyard for less than £50
     

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