Kamov Ka-26 helicopter engine table

This awesome and unique table was made from the crankcase and cylinders of a Vedeneyev M14V radial engine. The engine was complete dismantled, every part was cleaned and glass bead blasted and painted. All small parts such as fasteners were sent to be re-galvanised. Three heavy-duty castor wheels have been installed under the supercharger housing. It can be moved very and rotated easily despite its weight.

Retired Hoodlum

The M14V is a 9-cylinder engine that was used to power the Kamov Ka-26 helicopter, nicknamed “Hoodlum” by NATO. The engine is now a stunning piece that draws immediate attention. It is the result of many hours of meticulous work. The glass plate allows you to see every interesting detail, like the unique 9×2 camshaft with its rollers. A gorgeous piece of furniture for many environments.

We also have a table that is made from `the other half´ of the same engine. Details of this table can be found here.


  • Unique authentic item, only one available
  • Used condition (dents and scratches possible)
  • Size: ø90 x 40 cm
  • Weight: ±120 kg
  • Price and other details on request