The 2012 Collector’s Calendar from Secrets In Lace features pinups wearing classic lingerie posing in front of WWII airplanes. Yeah, airplanes, that’s why we said “flyboys.” Yeah, that’s it. Pinup photographs taken by Michael Malak.
Dug this t-shirt, circa 1986 and commemorating President Reagan’s U.S. naval fighter action against Muammar Gaddafi, out and put it up on eBay because now it is a true collector’s item. Marking a specific event, it is perhaps even more ephemeral than paper works as these tees were worn and washed until they wore out!
Along with the phrase, “Good Morning Mr. Khadafy… This is your wake-up call,” there’s an F/A-18 (which looks like it’s straight out of Jane’s). I don’t suppose even the mighty US military can wake Muammar up now.
On the back of this vintage postcard it reads, “Pan Am’s New 747. The plane with all the room in the world.” Which dates it to 1966 or so.
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Japan Airlines, 1967.
When the Marines got Lukavich they took a good man
But his team-mate father still builds Cyclone engines at Studebaker
Found in the May 1, 1944 issue of Pathfinder.
Yup, just plain “high”; no sky. Me thinketh it’s the fumes off the pink and orange polyester — fumes so strong, the hats have shrunk. Which means they could just be retro Burger King employees. (Via Boogie Children.)
Flesh-like, Cute, Washable, Harmless, Indestructible and Appealing.
In that order, we believe.
United Air Lines “Mainliner Dolls” ad via LJ.