Vintage ad for International Trucks shows a green International tanker fueling a flying fortress with pilot and copilot in the foreground. Earthquake Express appeared in 1943 and promotes International Trucks for wartime use. The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress was a 4-engine American bomber, primarily employed in the daylight precision strategic bombing campaign of World War II against German industrial and military targets. In the
Pacific, the planes earned a deadly reputation with the Japanese, who dubbed them four-engine fighters. The Fortresses were also legendary for their ability to stay in the air after taking brutal poundings. They sometimes limped back to their bases with large chunks of the fuselage shot off. More than 12,000 were manufactured and almost all of them were scrapped at the end of the war. This poster is printed on high quality photographic paper and the size is 12x18 inches, backed with foamcore and shrink wrapped for extra protection. Also available in beautiful canvas that has been mounted onto an internal wooden frame. Both formats allow for easy wall mounting and do not require matting or framing. Please specify format when ordering. Larger sizes and different backing materials are available-please send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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