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    Own An Icon | 1988 BMW E30 M3

    As the struggles of today seem to keep mounting, take a look at this blast from the past from BMW and has become the car guy’s go-to for hidden treasures. Vehicles that would’ve stayed local and under the radar are reaching a worldwide market like never before. The occasional “unicorn” even pops up from time to time. Under normal circumstances, a 1988 BMW E30 M3 doesn’t get the unicorn clout, but this is no normal […] More

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    A Closer Look | Petersen Automotive Museum Virtual Tours

    For auto enthusiasts!

    For any fan of automobiles, the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles is a must-visit. While visiting anywhere right now is a bit more complicated than we’d like, the museum is coming to you. Today we get a look at the Petersen’s Virtual Tours. Joining the list of art museums, tourism hotspots, and more, LA’s […] More

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    Classics & Customs | Icon 1970 Ford Ranger Truck

    Los Angeles isn’t known for its off-road community, but Icon 4×4 has Transformed it into a destination for the most rad rebuilding of any make and model from almost any era.

    LA-based Icon 4×4 restoration specialists have earned a reputation for builds so rad they’ve reformed the way restoration builds are viewed. And it’s jaw dropping-ly obvious in their aptly named “Reformer” project series. The purpose of the Reformer Projects is simple, at least from 10ft away. They take classic vehicles from any manufacturer and nearly […] More

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    Over Land & Sea | 1964 Amphicar Model 770

    Own it!

    For anyone looking for a classic car and a bit of an adventure, pay attention. The Amphicar is a legend. The German-made amphibious vehicle was built from 1961 to 1968, offering the ability to cruise the open road or ride the open water. Today we get a look at a  1964 Amphicar Model 770, which […] More

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    Legends of Speed | 1964 Porsche 904 Carrera GTS Coupe

    Own this icon!

    As you can probably tell by now, here at The Culture Curators, we appreciate anything that goes fast. The good folks over at Porsche are known for their impact of speed and their exceptional vehicles. Back in 1964, Porsche introduced two cars that would change the company forever. The legendary 911 made its debut, as […] More

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    Rare Rides | Tesla Model S Shooting Brake

    Own this one-off custom!

    Tesla already has the Model X, a gullwing design that is their most eye-catching in the fleet. The chances of the company crafting a true wagon are rather slim. Today we get a look at an actual  Tesla Model S Shooting Brake, this one hand-built by RemetzCar. The vehicle is the brainchild of Floris de […] More

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    Ready For Adventure | 1999 Chevrolet Corvette Buggy

    Tough muscle!

    We’ve seen custom vehicles of all sorts. We’ve also seen plenty of unique concept cars. Today we get a look at something that should be a concept rendering when it’s actually a brilliant, real-life custom. Check out this 1999 Chevrolet Corvette Buggy. This is a dream come true. The vehicle started as a fiberglass-bodied Corvette, […] More

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    Riding Into The Future | Fisker Ocean Force E SUV

    Future forms!

    Not too long ago, the good folks over at Fisker teased a new design on Twitter dubbed the Ocean SUV. The trail-inspired design caught our attention, and today the vehicle is back in the news. The automaker returns with a closer look at the Ocean Force E SUV, which is slated to arrive in late […] More

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    Custom Creations | Weaver Customs’ 1941 Dodge Power Wagon “Full Metal Jacket”

    “FMJ” by Weaver Customs is locked and loaded for your next apocalyptic Toilet Paper run.

    We all know our grandfather wouldn’t feel right behind the wheel of whatever softened, computer-controlled, seltzer beer culture, parking lot show truck you’re rolling coal in. Trucks used to be tough. They had a job to do, or they had War to win. If the back of the truck sat lower than the front, it […] More

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