Period Correct has always been a step ahead of bringing light to past historic automotive excellence, in the form of stylish clothing and accessories. The automotive clothing company is known for highlighting the true art behind some of history’s greatest vehicles. This does not mean the multi-million-dollar latest supercar, but instead vehicles that still hold significant relevance because they were simple good at what they were designed to do. The most recent K/V collection features Kremer Motorsports, the iconic Porsche racing team. The main design of the newest release features the 1976 Porsche 934 RSR Turbo, along with the vibrant teal based Vaillant livery. The team responsible for winning both the 24-Hours of Le Man as well as the 24-Hours of Daytona surely deserves to be forever celebrated. The current clothing line includes short and long-sleeved shirts, a hooded sweatshirt, a 6-panel hat, and a sticker pack. The collection offers a graphic driven appearance for the Kremer Porsche enthusiast that enjoys the notorious styling of the 934. There are also more simplistic styles that silently scream the heritage of Kremer using its vibrant magenta, yellow, and red colors that can be found on every panel of the racecar that continues to impact the automotive industry.  The current collection embodies the past, celebrating what racing used to be and how even though it’s been quite some time since these cars have seen a track, that they are still very much alive. So, we have to tip our K/V collection 6-panel hats to Period Correct for continuing to embrace the past and educating people that may not know the great automotive history throughout time.

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By: Jordan Aquistapace
Title: Period Correct Drops New K/V Collection
Sourced From: blog.dupontregistry.com/the-lifestyle/gear/period-correct-drops-new-k-v-collection/
Published Date: Mon, 31 Aug 2020 15:48:16 +0000

 

 

 

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