1959 Corvette Pool Table

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

So you’ve always had your eye on a car converted billiards table, but couldn’t fathom forking over all that money for a Ford Mustang pool table. We get it, you’re a Chevy fan. Well we’ve got you covered with this 1959 Corvette Pool Table.

This regulation size billiards table was molded from an actual 1959 Chevrolet Corvette, and makes the perfect finishing touch to any man cave. The table was built right here in the states, and is extremely detailed from the trademark 4 headlights to the whitewall tires. This Corvette billiards table was even painted the original 1959 Roman Red and Snowcrest White, really driving home that authentic feeling. Just because it’s a billiards table, doesn’t mean it won’t cost you. This bad boy will set you back about $25,000, but comes complete with pool cues, regulation billiard balls, and even a mock-up VIN and title. [Purchase]

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