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NAC Car Culture is coming

It’s been some time since there’s been a high-quality locally produced TV show catering for the owners of custom, classic, and modified cars, but that all changed at 2pm on October 18 when the first episode of NAC Car Culture hit screens around the country. The series of half-hour shows is brought to you by the same team that produces your favourite car magazines — including this one — and is sponsored by the good folk at NAC Insurance along with help from Teng Tools and the Mount Shop.

The show features some of the amazing vehicle builds taking place around the country and gives a rare inside view of where the magic happens, be that small home garages or leading businesses. The crew has also been filming events all around the country, and will continue to do so for the duration of the show, to ensure that what’s on your screen is as up to date as possible.

Director Cal Thorley, who has been behind many leading TV shows as well as his own Hot Rod Revue online video series, has been blown away by what he’s seen and the feedback he’s received so far from those he’s interviewed. Make sure to tune into TV3 at 2pm every Sunday — not only is the show well worth watching but it’ll also give you a chance to see and hear the cars from these pages come alive.

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