The Hazzard County Toewing Association is today a subsidiary of the Iron Knytes Toewing Association and operates under the protective umbrella of the Knytes-of-Dixie.
I was asked the other day about all the leggy women on our pages, ads and so on. First of all the leggy thing was created by Cathy Bach aka Daisy Duke , but for us it goes much deeper. Our membership of the entire Knytes-of-Dixie is made up of one time or another military aviators which is why you see the Golden wings on much if not all of our feature art. So in 2003 just before I headed out for the HAFB Joint Training detail, I discovered through a series of events, a place in Jerome Idaho that restored vintage military warbirds. When I approached the person who owned the facility, on how much one of those birds cost, it was revealed they were in the millions of dollars. I said to myself I'm in the wrong main business. So after the HAFB Training detail, I sat on the flight line at the West Bountiful SkyPark, and thought why can't we build old vintage warbirds and include helicopters. So with the last $400k of the Montgomery Foundation we created AyreWolf Aviation, Restoration and Repair. Added crop and insect spraying and shazzam it went. In 2012 My cousin Gordon Sant and I met, and he told me he was getting hitched and moving to Alaska. With that he bought the majority of AyreWolf Aviation. However with all things Hazzard County, I recreated from the name of our radio show, HazzardAyre Aviation Restoration. But I digress here. In most wars many old vintage air craft going into combat, had what was nose art. This was art that adorned a good part of the body of the aircraft,
So as an organization we adopted that concept and started using scantly clad women on our trucks , bikes
and so on. So we started the task of searching out the hottest honeys, so that airbrush artists could recreate those images on our rigs. And that's how and why of that.
As they always said on the Dukes, Welcome To Our Hazzard County.