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    Automotive companies with "wings" in their logos

    How many automotive companies have "wings" in their logos? Seems like there's a ton.







    Others? Thoughts?
    There is no such thing as a stupid question.* *but there are a lot of inquisitive idiots.

    #2
    Saabs old one is cool

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      #3
      Saab: Born from B-52s.

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        #4

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          #5


          (yes, I know that no Honda cars have that logo)


          The sky has been falling for decades.

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            #6
            Well, Ducatis used to...

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              #7
              What? No Packard?



              Can I do individual cars? If so there's the Dodge Super Bee
              Last edited by Blind_Io; November 5th, 2010, 3:58 AM.

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                #8




                And last but not least...


                Last edited by Kiki; November 5th, 2010, 3:59 AM.

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                  #9
                  Captain Obvious says if we're using individual cars then there's always:

                  "Power corrupts. Lack of power corrupts absolutely."
                  -Redliner, ironically



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                    #10
                    She's called "The Winged Lady" so it counts.



                    Or you can go for this mascot from a 1930s Rolls Royce Hearse


                    1950s Chevrolet


                    Any of the Ford Thunderbirds:




                    Ford Fairlane


                    1950s Ford Country Squire


                    1935 Ford 5-window coupe


                    Ford Model A


                    1927 Ford Model A


                    1931 Chevy


                    Chrysler Town and Country


                    Chrysler Imperial 1967


                    Chrysler Series 74 Deluxe - 1929


                    Hispano-Suiza (Yes, I've actually seen one in person)


                    La Salle


                    1955 Mercury


                    1951 Mercury


                    Morris:


                    1949 Packard - I know I mentioned Packard, but I love this one




                    Plymouth


                    1955 Pontiac Star Chief


                    Studebaker


                    Terraplane (Never heard of it before)


                    Auburn:




                    Austin:


                    Bugatti


                    Cadillac


                    1931 Chevy Roadster



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                    /Thread?
                    Last edited by Blind_Io; November 5th, 2010, 4:25 AM.

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                      #11
                      pffft, you call those wings?



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                      Though the Hispano Suiza ornament is almost as good.

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                        #12
                        Ironic how that no brand has popularized a true "flying" automobile yet. Companies will do anything to market their products.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Backdraft View Post
                          Ironic how that no brand has popularized a true "flying" automobile yet. Companies will do anything to market their products.
                          Jaguar rebuilt Spitfire fighter planes, and made parts for Avro Lancasters and deHaviland Mosquitos, among others. They had every right to be proud of their contribution to air history. And, you know, minor little things like "keeping the Germans from overrunning the country."

                          Also, do you really want the same idiots on the roads flying overhead instead????
                          Last edited by Spectre; November 5th, 2010, 8:39 AM.

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                            #14
                            Ahem...

                            WillDAQ: To use the technical terms: "the Mustang is to aerodynamics what horse shit is to fine dining"

                            Dr Grip: Brilliant!

                            EyeMWing Because what fun is a silicone dick if you don't try putting it in somebody's backside at least once.

                            Jay IKEA now ranks up in my awesome list, quite near bacon and blowjobs.

                            Cowboy I've never gotten so drunk I wanted to rub one out while shoving a fire extinguisher up my ass.



                            Remind me never to have him round to dinner!

                            www.mattonmotors.com/ @MattOnMotors

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                              #15
                              The Convoy duck!




                              My 1988 Lancia Delta HF Turbo
                              My 1991 Volvo 960 Turbo

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                                #16
                                Automobile Voisin :

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                                  #17
                                  Bring back 50s emblems, those rocked the most. Art deco minimalist design, excellent form.

                                  Also, that duck is hilarious.


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                                    #18
                                    That duck was featured in Death Proof btw




                                    and for lulz

                                    Max (1986 E32 735i):
                                    Moritz (1998 E36 328i Convertible):


                                    Owner of "Best Car" and "Best Bavarian Car" Award winner at Ringmeet 2015

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                                      #19
                                      Originally posted by Backdraft View Post
                                      Ironic how that no brand has popularized a true "flying" automobile yet. Companies will do anything to market their products.
                                      I believe I have posted this before, they are building a plant the next town over.
                                      http://www.terrafugia.com/
                                      Originally Posted by captain_70s

                                      Katwalk - Draining the world of happy since 1989
                                      I am usually off on the tumblrs now (there is a separate blog for whining and that is not it)

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                                        #20
                                        Another vintage french company : CHENARD & WALKER : 1901-1946
                                        Last edited by Correspondent75; November 5th, 2010, 3:39 PM.

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