-Frame / Top: Cedar wood used to be a fence and was found on the side of the road in Marina Del Rey, California.
-Directional Pad: Katanga cross, also called a handa, is a cast copper cross which was used as a form of currency in parts of what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) in the 19th and early 20th centuries. During its period of currency, a Katanga cross would buy about 10 kilograms (22 pounds) of flour, five or six chickens or six axes, or five chickens and one ax. Two would buy a gun.
-A / B Buttons: Exposed antique clock movements
-Start / Select Buttons: Vintage AR-15 20 round magazines / clips
-Legs: Aged 1/2″ steel hairpins
Dimensions: 40″ length x 17.5″ width x 18″ height
***NOT AVAILABLE FOR SALE***