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The Cluster Bomb Cocktail Cabinet

If you're willing to invest in a top-shelf selection of booze for your house, it's worth showcasing it properly. For instance, inside this eight-foot tall 600 pound cluster bomb from the 1970s.

It's a behemoth of a conversation piece, and there's no reason to freak out about keeping it at home since It's been completely deactivated. It is, however, completely capable of getting you bombed in a different sense altogether.

The setup includes three tiers of glass shelves that revolve around a gold spindle inside its illuminated interior, providing plenty of space for all the booze, glassware, and tools you'll need to mix drinks like a pro.

When you're not cocktailing, the fuselage—fashioned from an authentic R.A.F. MK1 practice cluster bomb—closes up nice and neat into a shiny metallic cabinet that will undoubtedly keep your guests guessing what the hell's inside.


Joe McGauley is a senior editor at Supercompressor and is pretty sure the TSA would freak if you tried to check this as a carry on.