I think a 747 drink cart will look good in my loungeroom!! but can't see myself splurging on a skybed seat though...
Interesting dilemma, if the economy is as bad as some make out, finding buyers at $1K-$2K may be an issue.I said I would expect 1k to 2k, but it seems they were also trying to find out. She mentioned LH 747 carts going for 2k+ online.
Hmmm - I thought they'd be expensive... but they seem to be around USD270-470 depending on half or full size: Airline Carts-Airline Carts Manufacturers, Suppliers and Exporters on Alibaba.comHand Carts & TrolleysAll depends on how many they have - too much supply and the price goes down.
Wonder what the cost price of the carts is?
Nice looking cart!The problem is what do you do with them.
That's pretty cool! And a very reasonable price for the cart alone!There were fully stocked 747 bar carts available on the Qantas wine store... I was too slow and missed it
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The version I got was un-stocked and a much better deal (just went through my emails and the cart cost me $150), unless your thing is mini-bottles of red and white in which case you can buy them separately, you know. It wasn't bought from a store/Qantas Wine – instead my name was on a list that went to a lucky dip and I feel a lot of staff also had their name on the list. When I finally picked up my cart from BNE there were VA FA's picking up a half cart at the same time.Did you get your hands on the wine, though?