The automotive journey of an 80's baby & friends. A conversation featuring close friends & Instagram guests with an innate enthusiasm for the automobile. Fanatics of which use & push their machinery to the limits of their respective strengths. Open conversation is the best type of platform because this leads to both lateral and opposing opinions. The show features all levels of automotive enthusiasts including industry heads from a multitude of geographies. Recognizeable names sharing their machines & the stories that come with them. Join me, Imraan Shameem aka @MRM5MAN and let's chat.
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Welcome! Tonight's episode features the homie Michael Barr, a super [JDM] enthusiast from the Tampa Bay area. We've known eachother in passing for a couple of years now so this was a great oppurtunity to chat, get to know one another. He showed up... more
LADIES & GENTS, Welcome back to an overdue episode of Motor Culture. This is your badly-planning host Imraan A Shameem, and its time for some podcasts. The last couple of months has been a tough time to get shit done, and that's saying the least. ... more
Welcome to episode fifty-six of MCP! This session features my boy Daoud, a spiritual motoring addict based in Ohio but with links throughout the country particularly here in Florida. We have known eachother thanks to the internet (specifically E46f... more
Great show talking all things cars. Came from your Instagram! Pretty sure I’ve seen your green e30 wagon on US1 in Miami when I was in my bronzit e30 coupe. Small world!
This is the podcast to listen to if you’re really a car enthusiast, from exploring the subcultures of the scene to sharing real stories we can all relate to. It celebrates the memories and self expression cars create and represent for us, no matter what part of the scene you’re into or interested in there’s something for you here. The host @MRM5MAN knows his stuff and always keeps the conversation interesting and his guests consistently have great stories, insight, and knowledge about cars and t... more
I love this podcast. You can feel the authenticity from the these motor heads. Keep up the fantastic content! Can't wait for more episodes!
You really feel like you’re part of a conversation about the enthusiasm of driving and cars. One of my favorite parts is how involved you get into the conversation too. Love it!
Podcast from a true enthusiasts perspective. Raw, un-cut everyday “car guy” talk.
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