Iagree with you Laura.Personally I always thought my leather flight jacket
and spitfires went hand in hand.As a matter of fact If an oversize NASS
patch becomes available i'm sure it will proudly replace the patch that is
presently on the back of my jacket
>For me, my love for both the plane and the car go hand in hand. I would
>never become interested in the plane (or warbirds) if I hadn't fallen in
>love with the car 30 years ago. I sort of take the idea of being a "spit
>pilot"-sort of seriously. I feel like not only am I preserving the spirit
>the adventure of motoring when I get into my little spit everyday, but also
>the spirit of adventure and spitfire aeroplanes too!
>And besides, if B-L and Triumph used these images and ideas a lot in their
>promotion of the car...why not? We're still in the spirit of the car.
>(Funny, it seems like a good percentage of the folks in my Triumph club are
>also either pilots of flying afficianandos!)
>I don't think it takes anything from the car to have this little fun with
>the image of the aeroplane-and vice versa!
>Vita brevis est: rapide agite, vigore strigate!