The Saturday Air Mail presents: another French biplane family.…Articles S.A.M. #68: Night Birds 1 Favorite S.A.M. #67: Your Affordable Tri-Motor
This Saturday, the Air Mail is delivered to your doorstep by a small, elegant, and well-forgotten British aeroplane.…Articles S.A.M. #67: Your Affordable Tri-Motor 3 Favorites
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Girl Shy is a 1924 romantic comedy silent film starring Harold Lloyd and Jobyna Ralston. In it, a shy young man, who is…Articles Harold Lloyd's Girl Shy (1924) 4 Favorites Two Fisted Tuesdays with The Shadow - The Lau
Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? The Shadow knows!
Since hitting the airwaves in August 1930 as part of the…Articles Two Fisted Tuesdays with The Shadow - The Lau 1 Favorite
In 1930, Daimler-Benz AG entrusted Hans Nibel with the development of a small rear engine car.…Articles Lord K's Garage - #77. Rear-Engine Mercedes-B 3 Favorites
In some alternative world, air wars looked like this:Articles S.A.M. #55: The Pterodactyl 5 Favorites
For the 50th issue, I had to send something very special via the Saturday Air Mail. And here it is:…Articles S.A.M. #50: Alternative Boeings 6 Favorites Lord K's Garage #143: The Unlucky Atlantic
You know that postwar cars are not this garage's specialty. But this two-door Austin is here as a close cousin of prewar streamliners.…Articles Lord K's Garage #143: The Unlucky Atlantic 3 Favorites
One of France's most impressive and highly successful cars - the Renault 40CV Type NM des Records aka the Montlhéry Coupe:…Articles Lord K's Garage #136: Renault des Records 2 Favorites S.A.M. #41: The Flying Dreadnought
Designed by Gianni Caproni and Dino Giuliani, this six-engine biplane was the largest landplane in the world.…Articles S.A.M. #41: The Flying Dreadnought 2 Favorites
The Stout Scarab was an aerodynamic masterpiece that featured a rear-engine layout, flow through ventilation, concealed running boards, and modular seating.…Articles Lord K's Garage #131: 1936 Stout Scarab 4 Favorites British War Posters
Some propaganda today. Let us begin with a 1943 poster looking like a sci-fi magazine centerfold:…Articles British War Posters 6 Favorites S.A.M. #37: The Imperial Airliner
Most airliners designed in late 1920s had to retire after only a few years of active service, making way for more advanced and reliable all-metal aircraft.…Articles S.A.M. #37: The Imperial Airliner 2 Favorites
In 1939, many European powers could boast a fighter plane equal or even superior to the German Bf 109. And Belgium was no exception.…Articles S.A.M. #31: The Belgian Alternative 3 Favorites
Another car born in the wrong time.Articles Lord K's Garage #116: Aston Martin Atom 2 Favorites
The most exotic flying machines built during the Great War, they never saw combat.…Articles Knights of the Air: Experimental Quadruplanes 5 Favorites
‘The Rocketeer’ returns to El Capitan with cast and crew
Today we honor a brilliant Diesel Era artist who was considered among the best of his peers.
Frederick Manley Blakeslee was born December 4, 1898 in Buffalo, NY.…Articles Frederick Blakeslee's Air Pulp 5 Favorites Knights of the Air: Made in Hungary
Has it ever occurred to you that the most bizarre aircraft of the Great War were designed in Austro-Hungarian Empire?
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