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Apr 04, 2020 23:21 |  #1816

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Amazing! I had no idea this car company existed in America, and especially with that emblem?

I have to wonder if it even had the same name back then? -?

The word "swastika" comes from the ancient Sanskrit svastika. The symbol has been used by many cultures throughout the past 3,000 years to represent life, sun, power, strength and good luck, in many parts of Asia, North America and Europe. It began to be used a lot in Germany in the late 19th Century though it did not become a symbol of naziism and anti-semitism until Hitler appropriated the symbol as a 'logo' of the **** party in the 1920s. Some say the direction of the outer parts of the swastika determine whether it is a symbol of good or bad but this is not true; in ancient times it was drawn both ways and was always a symbol of good.


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Apr 04, 2020 23:48 |  #1817

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The word "swastika" comes from the ancient Sanskrit svastika. The symbol has been used by many cultures throughout the past 3,000 years to represent life, sun, power, strength and good luck, in many parts of Asia, North America and Europe. It began to be used a lot in Germany in the late 19th Century though it did not become a symbol of naziism and anti-semitism until Hitler appropriated the symbol as a 'logo' of the **** party in the 1920s. Some say the direction of the outer parts of the swastika determine whether it is a symbol of good or bad but this is not true; in ancient times it was drawn both ways and was always a symbol of good.

All of this information is very clearly disseminated across numerous websites, some of which include
the use of K-R-I-T's swastika. But in fact, the symbol's use may go back as far as 9000 years.

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Apr 05, 2020 01:29 |  #1818

My 92 Accord 'Areodeck' ... :mrgreen:

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Apr 05, 2020 07:20 as a reply to  @ Tomi Hawk's post |  #1819

Does it have all-wheel steering? Those old Accords are really cool. I saw an older one (80's model) last week, but you almost never see them. They've all rusted away...


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Apr 05, 2020 08:13 |  #1820

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Apr 05, 2020 10:27 |  #1821

Pippan wrote in post #19040703 (external link)
The word "swastika" comes from the ancient Sanskrit svastika. The symbol has been used by many cultures throughout the past 3,000 years to represent life, sun, power, strength and good luck, in many parts of Asia, North America and Europe. It began to be used a lot in Germany in the late 19th Century though it did not become a symbol of naziism and anti-semitism until Hitler appropriated the symbol as a 'logo' of the **** party in the 1920s. Some say the direction of the outer parts of the swastika determine whether it is a symbol of good or bad but this is not true; in ancient times it was drawn both ways and was always a symbol of good.


here it is, as the official shoulder patch of the 45th Infantry Division from pre-WWII. the 45th was a National Guard unit with troops from Oklahoma, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado...


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Apr 05, 2020 17:40 |  #1822

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here it is, as the official shoulder patch of the 45th Infantry Division from pre-WWII. the 45th was a National Guard unit with troops from Oklahoma, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado...

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I have learned more here than I ever thought I wanted to know? Wouldn't it be nice if we could just return to it's meaning prior to WWII?


The Captain and crew finally got their stuff together, now if we can only remember where we left it. :cool:

  
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Apr 05, 2020 21:12 |  #1823

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My 92 Accord 'Areodeck' ... :mrgreen:

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What was the aerodeck designation?

I had a Black 93 Coupe. Loved that car.


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Apr 06, 2020 01:14 |  #1824

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Apr 06, 2020 01:42 |  #1825

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What was the aerodeck designation?

It was essentially a wagon version of the Accord:

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Apr 06, 2020 12:12 |  #1826

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Apr 06, 2020 15:09 |  #1827

Very nice. Really like third photo with the car hood and street reflection in the chrome!


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Apr 06, 2020 15:26 |  #1828

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Very nice. Really like third photo with the car hood and street reflection in the chrome!


Thanks !


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