MotoArt is a company that builds custom furniture out of old airplane parts, turning a B-25 wing into a desk or a DC-3 propeller into a martini table. They're the perfect way to tell your guests that you have trouble enjoying things that aren't engine and motor related. Oh, and they're also good for telling your guests that you're loaded, as these things aren't cheap. That wing desk is $10,000 for example, and you need to fill in a form on the site to get a full price list. I'll stick to Ikea, thanks.
Yeah, I was wondering who didn't know about MotoArt - you really have to watch Wing Nuts to understand the pricing. I think a simple piston-lamp goes for about $200, and it only goes up from there. A neat wing-desk (well, horizontal stabilizer desk) can easily cost $50k or more, but I believe it can start at $10k or so. (Then again, I believe they come to the door and actually set the desk up where you want it...).
As for me, I settled on using a rudder from an F-15 (!) as a office cube divider... it isn't as nice as MOtoArt's work, though.
(And the guy that died - didn't die during filming - it happened when it aired. I believe it wasn't from work, either, just something that happened... I have to dig up my emails.).