natgeofound:

A motorboat carries tourists to fishing grounds off Tahiti, July 1962.Photograph by Luis Marden, National Geographic

natgeofound:

A motorboat carries tourists to fishing grounds off Tahiti, July 1962.Photograph by Luis Marden, National Geographic

The Craziest, Coolest Mustangs That Never Were | Ford shoulda built this one: the 1970 Mustang Milano. It’s like a Pantera, but cooler. | WIRED.com

The Craziest, Coolest Mustangs That Never Were | Ford shoulda built this one: the 1970 Mustang Milano. It’s like a Pantera, but cooler. | WIRED.com

The Craziest, Coolest Mustangs That Never Were | The 1967 Allegro II concept, which looks a bit like a second-gen Camaro mashed up with… well, we’re not sure. Ford | WIRED.com

The Craziest, Coolest Mustangs That Never Were | The 1967 Allegro II concept, which looks a bit like a second-gen Camaro mashed up with… well, we’re not sure. Ford | WIRED.com

The Craziest, Coolest Mustangs That Never Were | An early sketch for the Mustang, by designer Gale Halderman. Ford | WIRED.com

The Craziest, Coolest Mustangs That Never Were | An early sketch for the Mustang, by designer Gale Halderman. Ford | WIRED.com

The Craziest, Coolest Mustangs That Never Were | The Avanti, later dubbed the Allegro, was a another early concept for what became the Mustang. Ford | WIRED.com

The Craziest, Coolest Mustangs That Never Were | The Avanti, later dubbed the Allegro, was a another early concept for what became the Mustang. Ford | WIRED.com

The Craziest, Coolest Mustangs That Never Were | The first Mustang: the Mustang 1 concept of 1962. Ford | WIRED.com

The Craziest, Coolest Mustangs That Never Were | The first Mustang: the Mustang 1 concept of 1962. Ford | WIRED.com

madmenfootnotes:

One of the flavors is pony.
1963 dog food ad.

madmenfootnotes:

One of the flavors is pony.

1963 dog food ad.

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nitratediva:

From a trailer for Dr. Silkini’s Giant Triple spook show.

nitratediva:

From a trailer for Dr. Silkini’s Giant Triple spook show.

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