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Vintage gasoline retro signs and labels. Gas station - buy this stock vector on Shutterstock & find other images.

James Dean only had 3 credited roles before meeting his death on the California freeways. Dean was a lover of speed, and one afternoon he took his Porsche Spyder out in preparation for a race. It would be his last ride – coming around a curve on Route 466, he careened head-first into a 1950 Ford that had made a last-minute lane change. The Porsche flipped into a nearby gorge, breaking Dean’s neck. Ironically, he had recently filmed a public service announcement about defensive highway…

The car crash which resulted in the death of James Dean occurred on September

"Modern Mechanix", Vintage space age illustrations. Vintage magazine covers fun, retro

From the cover of the September 1938 issue of 'Modern Mechanix' comes the "Trailmobile", described as a "revolutionary self-driven trailer home" (sort of a mash-up of a Dymaxion, VW transporter [before there was such a thing] and a Leyat Helica)

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ATAQUE EPILÉPTICO - Cuando vas a un festival morado hasta arriba y te topas con esto Gracias a http://www.cuantarazon.com/ Si quieres leer la noticia completa visita: http://www.skylight-imagen.com/ataque-epileptico-cuando-vas-a-un-festival-morado-hasta-arriba-y-te-topas-con-esto/

More WW II insignia used by the U.S. military (originally published in Popular Science, April 1944) - The Walt Disney Studio created an estimated 1200 insignia over the course of WW II

Tuesdays With the Timekeeper - Remembering Our Troops

More WW II insignia used by the U. military (originally published in Popular Science, April - The Walt Disney Studio created an estimated 1200 insignia over the course of WW II

“The Fastest Girl on Earth”, Englishwoman, Dorothy Levitt, early 20th century pioneer of female independence, motoring and motor racing, successful female motor-race competitor in Great Britain, aircraft pilot, victorious speedboat driver, pioneer of the use of the rear view mirror. portrait by George Hoyningen-Huene (1927)

“Tell me, young lady, have you ever been in a motor car? But my heroine is Dorothy Levitt.” “The Fastest Girl on Earth, eh?” (I Stopped Time: George Hoyningen-Huene 1927 colette salomon modern woman vogue)

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