Most Beautiful Warbird Pinup Girls Photoshoot And WWII Planes
Excuse Us As We Pick Up Our Jaws From The Floor
Okay, this will make any aviation enthusiast extremely happy — legendary war birds and beautiful pin-up girls. The pin curls and bouncy victory rolls, rosy cheeks, and hourglass figure donning a lovely body-hugging dress and showing that gorgeous pout — they’re the picture of absolute perfection. You see, it all began in the late 19th century, when this portrait of an All-American sweetheart won the adoration of many men. In fact, one of the most famous pin-up girls in the early days was actress and model, Betty Grable. But why do we find the combination of a pin-up girl posing in front of iconic planes fascinating and appealing?
It’s because during World War II, there was high demand for men’s magazines featuring beautiful models.
“9 million copies of the magazine-without adverts and free of charge was sent to American troops stationed overseas and in domestic bases.”
Decades later, we still can’t help but stare in awe at these beauties!