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When the StanceWorks "Parts Car" build began, there was an invaluable balance I wanted to find. While undoubtedly a race car at its core, I wanted something built to last.
There's little chance, as a StanceWorks regular, that you've managed to miss Riley Stair's incredible E28...
We've made no effort to hide our growing interest in the automotive world that lies off the beaten path, and over the past couple of years, the number of trucks here in the SW Garage seems to have multiplied, for the better of course. When it comes to off-road trucks, there are a number of ways to improve your truck, ranging from locked differentials and transfer cases, to engine swaps, axle swaps, and more.
There's no doubt that we are here to take in the beauty and excitement that life has to offer. For many of us, that passion unfolds behind the wheel with fuel burning through the engine.
I loosely remember the first time I saw Van Go - perhaps it was in a magazine, or maybe online - the details are fuzzy, but unimportant.
The snow outside is probably going to stick. The salt trucks are out here in Minnesota. The road and cars are covered with the white dust the county lays out on the road to keep us all from freezing to death in a ditch.
When it comes to the unique, the obscure, and the remarkable, there's no better place to look than the greens of the Pebble Beach Golf Course. Each summer, the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance brings about some of the automotive world's greatest treasures and oddities, and thus it should come as no surprise that it stands as one of our favorite events of the year.
It was just an un-assuming little squareback, sitting in California waiting for a new owner to claim it.
It was more than a year ago that Sebastian Sieberg & Sebastian Zimmermann of SSSZ Photo shared their work on the StanceWorks homepage.
Another year has flown by and another pile of camera memory cards lie beside my computer after a full season of races and feature photoshoots.
It's hard to believe that it's going on two years now that I've owned my FJ62 Land Cruiser. I bought it on a bit of a whim, in need of a new daily driver.
While it'd be nice to say most of our job here at StanceWorks revolves around time spent behind the camera and underneath cars, the reality of it is that a majority of it takes place right here, behind the desk.
These days, Adam Woodhams has earned quite the reputation. Taking a look back, it's possible to see his growth as a builder right here on the pages of StanceWorks, starting with his Audi A8 in 2011.
For many of us, finding a car is a pivotal moment in any build. For us, it represents a turn from dreams to reality, and represents a culmination of ideas coming to fruition in its earliest stages.
If you've been freezing through long winter nights in the garage, wrenching away in anticipation of warm spring drives, we have you covered.
For five years now, a tradition has continued: a post that looks back on the year that has passed, highlighting the best imagery captured over the last twelve months.
From time to time, we cross the paths of those who have mastered their craft. Jeremy Heslup's video work is sure to illustrate his talent, and with Matt Hummel's Porsche 356 as a subject, we're convinced you won't want to miss it.
From all of us at StanceWorks, we wish you a very Merry Christmas and happy holidays! Have a safe and fun weekend out there!
It was more than four years ago that I first hit the trail with Geoff; without a truck of my own, I was relegated to the passenger seat while he and Kyle tackled obstacles that were far beyond their trucks' capabilities.
Over the years, we here at StanceWorks have seemingly heard it all. What motivates us to build our cars?