Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress - England - 1943
During the 8th Air Force’s massive bombing campaign of occupied Europe, a B-17 had a mid air collision with a German fighter. With the tail almost completely sliced off, the crew actually went on to complete their bombing run. The tail gunner remained in the tail section due to his weight decreasing vibrations in the tail. The crew used their parachute lines to help keep the tail, and tail gunner, with the rest of the aircraft until they made it back to England.
Moody Monster - vintage water slide decal, artist unknown.
Powered By Junk - vintage water slide decal, artist unknown.
California Youth, 1951 © Loomis Dean
'47 Knuck by Nice Motorcyle
Custom ‘Mod Tops’ concept for the 1961 Buick Electra 225 Convertible - GM Design Center photo shoot.
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