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God Bless America

By the mid-seventies, the custom van craze was in full swing and could be seen across the country as a healthy subset of Americans embraced van culture. The scene brought together traits from several other subcultures including hippies, hot rodders, and bikers, creating a melting pot that would go on to define van culture for decades to come. While vanners were all unique, they all lived by a single common mantra – live free or die – something that I think everyone can get behind. Keep on truckin’

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Kolor Me Kustom

Kolor Me Kustom was a Los Angeles-based customing shop that made big waves in the industry throughout the ’70s with their wild paint jobs and

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Cheri

You know those magazines in book stores and 7-Eleven’s that had to be like 90% covered up? These were usually not just because of the

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California Honey

Can we take a break from winter for some beach weather? #Sunshine #HandBra #Topless #BeachLife #BlackGirlsRock #Honey #BlackGold #BikiniAddict #BeachVibes #BlackGirlMagic #StayGold #Psyne #PsyneCo #VintageStyle

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Bonjour Jeans

While today, Bonjour Jeans are but a footnote in the annals of ’80s fashion, they’re truly a case study in the American dream. Founded in

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