This time Ed Fallon discusses with Alan Taylor of the esteemed restoration outfit Alan Taylor Company in Escondido, CA the fabulous 1949 Delahaye 135 M, by Alphonse Guilloré, a small coachbuilder from Paris. His designs […]

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On the Saturday evening Art-Cocktail Reception before the “big” Sunday of the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, automotive expert Ed Fallon ran into his old friend Barry Meguiar of Meguiar’s Car Care Products. Reflecting on […]

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This time classic car expert Ed Fallon talks to the world famous Texas based Ferrari restorer Bob Smith of Bob Smith Coachworks, Inc., who brought a very rare 1955 Ferrari 500 Modial Scaglietti Spyder to […]

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Another exclusive film from CARCULTURE.TV. Ed Fallon caught up with his old friend Kenton Tucker. He is a grandson of famous Preston Tucker. His mother is the last of the original family, married to Preston […]

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Sandra Button, Chairman of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance gives us some insight on what it takes to put the world’s most premier automobile event together. Interviewed by automotive legend Ed Fallon for www.carculture.tv 2

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This time automotive legend Ed Fallon hooks up with Mark Hyman of ultra exclusive Hyman Ltd., St. Louis. Mark brought his just restored 1938 Peugeot 402 Darl’mat Pourtout Sports Roadster. […]

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Exclusive interview by automotive legend Ed Fallon for CARCULTURE.TV McKeel Hagerty, CEO of Hagerty, a company that specializes in membership and insurance for people who love cars, is a deeply passionate car guy and driving […]

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This year’s Gooding & Company Auction during Monterey week saw a new world record. Most likely America’s most significant car ever built was sold for $22 million. CARCULTURE.TV’s own automotive legend Ed Fallon had a […]

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International car specialist Ed Fallon talks to Italian dealer Daniele Turrisi about his one-off James Young bodied Lacia Dilamda, his 1935 Alfa Romeo 1750, Series 6 and his 1969 Maserai Ghibli at the Techno Classica […]

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Jacques Kellner was one of the greatest coach builders before the second World War. He was also in the French resistance but ultimately denounced. What followed was torture and execution by the occupying Nazis forces. […]

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