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We'd be hard pressed to find a better 912 on planet Earth, thus, we've made it our latest Desktop Wallpaper.
There's few things we love more than shop talk, and with that, we're excited to introduce The Drivers Meeting.
We're all on an automotive journey of our own, no surprise there. It's typically over time that we find the right car for us.
It's been almost six months since I purchased my FJ60, following an accident that rendered my FJ62 Land Cruiser a total loss.
Two months ago, we took to our project FJ60 with a slew of Turtle Wax goodies, and with a bit of elbow grease, showed how one man's farm truck can be another man's treasure.
In 2013, McLaren celebrated their 50th birthday, and in doing so, animated the history of the marque in Formula One.
Trans-Am race cars have a menacing look to them that draws me in every time I come across them. I'm not often a muscle car guy, but the low-slung physique mated with aggressive air dams and meaty tires tucked into the deep wells are just undeniably cool in every sense of the word.
There's a long-running joke - something about how Porsche 911s are just fancy Volkswagen Beetles. I'm sure there are a dozen-and-one variants, and truth be told, I've probably said them all in passing.
Rounding out this week's trio of DV Mechanics-built Alfa Giulias is a rather unique example, and this time, it's not owned by Dorian Valenzuela himself.
If you know of Dorian Valenzuela, then you're probably familiar with this car. The Beige 1970 Alfa Romeo Giulia is Dorian's Magnum Opus, a defining build that points to his attention to detail and respect for perfection, while also giving a window into Dorian's vision for classic European automobiles.
There are few events in the world quite like the Carerra Panamericana... if any. Covering nearly 1,000 miles on public roads in a race that spans an entire week, and wrought of classic rally cars, Mexico stands home to an event all its own.
They say that two is better than one, and we hope our readers feel the same when it comes to StanceWorks posts.
It was worth the wait, we promise. With excitement, we share the second half of Peter Aylward's coverage of the 75th Goodwood Members' Meeting.
For years, we've longed to join in on the absolutely incredible Goodwood Members' Meeting. As is tradition, however, we've missed it once again, instead forcing ourselves to enjoy from afar.
When building the StanceWorks "Parts Car" E28 last year, brakes stood as one of the more interesting hurdles of the project.
It was two years ago that we were given the chance to showcase Daniel Schaefer's talents, put to use on what he dubbed the 911 GT: a 912-bodied race car that embraces everything we've come to love about the 911, from its heritage to its aesthetics.
We're now one full week into summer, and we can confidently say we've all been waiting for it. The sun stays high in the sky, the nights are warm, and for most of the country, the inclement weather is finally at bay.
At first glance, Chris Gonyea's '71 Alfa GTV may leave something to be desired, depending on your tastes.
Ever since moving to California, Josh Dahlstrom has been jonesing for an E34. He's had a few in the past, and following a 2 year bout with a C5 Vette, he's been ready to return to his roots.
John Benton has obviously been cut from a different cloth. In a community where many of the older shop owners hold on tight to the trade secrets they've learned over the years, John is an open book.