The “Humpback” logo that was used by a handful of sports mascots and pop culture icons from the 1990s to the 2000s is finally coming back.
The logo was created by the American Society of Motor Vehicles (ASMV), and was used on many types of vehicles and trucks from 1992 until 2002, including the Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger.
In 2005, the ASMV removed the “hump” from the nameplate.
However, the logo is still available for purchase from the ASV website.
The “humper” logo has been around for about 20 years.
A new version of the “hover” logo, which used to have the word “hover,” was used in 2012, but the change was scrapped.
Now, the new logo uses a black silhouette with the letter “H.”
According to ASMv, the hover logo is the same as the old logo, except it is made up of more colors.
According to the ASMB, the “hip” symbol in the middle of the logo was removed because it was confusing for customers.
The ASMB also said the “thigh” symbol, which stood for the same thing, was removed from the logo.
A spokesman for the ASMPV told the Washington Post that they are still trying to figure out what the new design will look like, but that they plan to submit it to the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMA).
The ASMP has also said it plans to review the logo’s meaning in the future.
If the ASMMV decides that the logo should remain, the design will be available for public purchase through the ASDMV website until the end of October.
The current logo was a mix of a circle and a triangle.