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Over the past months, my thirst for a truck has been impossible to satisfy. I had been eyeing Monteros for the most part, with searches for Isuzu Troopers and the occasional Jeep Cherokee taking up extra tabs in my web browser.
In 1975, 40 years ago, BMW Motorsport's overall win at the 12 Hours of Sebring stood as a resounding introduction to the American market.
Christopher Björåsen's enthusiasm towards E28s began as quite the opposite: disdain. Unable to understand why anyone would purchase such an "ugly" car in his youth, Christopher has since turned around entirely.
The E30 chassis is one of the most recognizable, widely known BMW body styles, and for great reason. With confident body lines, sharp but friendly features, and wide availability, it is quite often the first foray for many BMW enthusiasts' addiction to vintage cars. For this exact reason it has become increasingly difficult to find a pristine and polished example of an E30 in the enthusiast world.
40 years ago, Hans Stuck, Brian Redman, Sam Posey, and Ronnie Peterson stood at the podium, celebrating the first win for BMW of North America.
"Do you prefer the build or the ride?" It was a question for Brandon that I had assumed might come with a shaky answer.
The Volkswagen Beetle is an iconic and cult classic automobile. Its timeless design has been built and modified in a multitude of ways, but somehow there are still those that manage to separate from the status quo.
With the return of Daylight Savings just days away, it almost feels as though summer is upon us here in California, despite being mere days into the beginning of March.
Revived from an era in racing when record-keeping was as loose as the rule sets that governed the cars we know and love.
Words and Photography by Riley Stair “How do we become the people we are today?” This is a question I ask myself often. “Why do I do the things I do, and how did I end up with obsessive nature that hinders my rest at night?
In September, HRE Wheels unveiled the Classic Line, harking to the best designs of the '90s. When asked if StanceWorks had any candidates for a first set, we knew just what to do.
Porsche's story of the 962 begins with its predecessor: the acclaimed 956. Born in 1982 as an entrant for the FIA's all-new Group C World Sportscar Championship, the 956 was outfitted with many "firsts" for the Porsche brand: an aluminum monocoque chassis, a double-clutch system, and aerodynamic ground-effects.
It was well into last year that I first crossed paths with Khyzyl Saleem's work. In front of me was a Mercedes SLS, clad in canards, vents, cables, and wires.
I first laid eyes on this Albert Blue 911 at the annual HAWK event held at the historic Road America circuit.
The Volkswagen Beetle was born from necessity, and has established itself as one of the most influential cars in the world.
The 2015 season of the Tudor United Sportscar Championship has officially begun, marked by each season's inaugural race: the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona.
In 2013, StanceWorks left for Hockenheimring, where the last race of the DTM season would take place.
Sir Alec Issigonis never dreamed that the small little car that he sketched on a napkin would go on to dominate races and rallies throughout Europe.
A lot can stem from a great marriage: accomplished dreams, true love, beautiful children, and on rare occasions, truly spectacular cars.
Amongst Porsche fans, there's no question that the GT2 lineup of cars acts as head of the household for the 911 family (excluding the famed GT1, of course).