This photograph of a female Lockheed employee working on the fuselage of a P-38 Lightning in California in 1944 is strangely transfixing. Maybe because it’s a lady working on a machine, I think most men have a soft spot for that kind of thing.
The Bear Super Kodiak Bow was first released in 1967 as an upgraded replacement for the Bear Kodiak line of bows – Fred Bear was so impressed with the new design that he took one for himself and used it on hunting trips around the world until he retired.
This Smith & Wesson .44 Magnum is the same model used in the films by Eastwood, it has a 6 round capacity, an adjustable rear sight, a walnut grip and of course – it shoots the .44 Magnum cartridge.
We received these remarkable images last week along with the below article, it originally appeared in the General Automobile-Newspaper on the 25th of February 1912. I’d never seen a V-twin roller skate before and I’m willing to bet that many of you haven’t either, these are from the very earliest days of the automobile and…