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Boeing 747 House (18 pics)

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  • 24 Jun, 2011  |
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This Malibu house looks very modern but it's not the best part about it. The house is made of Boeing 747 parts. It was built by Francie Rehwald who bought an old Boeing 747 back in 2006 for $30,000. And it took her 5 years to complete the task. She calls it Wing House.

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18 Boeing 747 House (18 pics)


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№1 Author: MrMaj81 (24 Jun 2011 00:57) Total user comments: 774


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№2 Author: How_Funny (24 Jun 2011 01:26) Total user comments: 147


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Why so empty?
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№3 Author: adzhoe (24 Jun 2011 04:02) Total user comments: 14959


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There are more pictures than this. Actually showing how it was built.
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№4 Author: GhostChronos (24 Jun 2011 04:53) Total user comments: 2100


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$30,000????
he sure knows how to make a house 05
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№5 Author: mahedi (24 Jun 2011 09:43) Total user comments: 10772


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woow 04
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№6 Author: thesoulshaker (24 Jun 2011 12:32) Total user comments: 1384


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№7 Author: Lord Dodo (24 Jun 2011 13:38) Total user comments: 2064


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Cool 04
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№8 Author: hof (24 Jun 2011 18:50) Total user comments: 200


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let's hope it wouldn't fly when hit with strong winds
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№9 Author: DocMcCoy (25 Jun 2011 04:03) Total user comments: 6039


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Recycle, reuse,reduce. 04
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№10 Author: raymond.wendt (25 Jun 2011 15:46) Total user comments: 9115


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Better than sitting in an airplane grave site. It actually looks really cool too, the firepit is a nice touch!
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№11 Author: GabachoMike (26 Jun 2011 05:57) Total user comments: 215


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Funny thing is, during the construction the county actually sent out an 'inspector' to make sure the wings "could withstand the wind gusts of up to 70 Mph", due to the local Santa Ana winds that occur in the area.

(uhhhh, they're 747 wings...they typically fly near 500Mph when on an airplane. They SHOULD withstand wimpy Santa Ana winds)
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№12 Author: HarryPudding (26 Jun 2011 08:03) Total user comments: 984


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nice 04 04
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№13 Author: Loko (26 Jun 2011 12:04) Total user comments: 43


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sand people will spy by these big windows 51
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№14 Author: ImKindaAwesome (27 Jun 2011 17:36) Total user comments: 714


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I wonder if the wind could slowy seperate parts od the house. Most houses use gravity to help hold the house together. They have to make sure the house doesn't pull up on the structure. Either way its still pretty cool.
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