New Shirts. They’re In. We’re beyond excited to announce that the latest StanceWorks tees finally available. As with each line of apparel we’ve released, we’ve drawn inspiration from what excites us to produce our latest goods. 911s, Le Mans, Group A E24s, and even a Land Cruiser make appearances, coming together to make one of our favorite lines yet. There’s a bit of something for everyone that enjoys the community and content of StanceWorks.
It’s one of our favorites, and its clearly one of yours. By popular demand, we’re excited to share the latest StanceWorks desktop wallpaper. If you somehow missed it, be sure to check out our feature of Miles Shinneman’s ’93 Isuzu NPR car hauler, here. Now, you’re ready for our wallpaper too. To save it in full res, simply right-click and save-as.
A simple glance at Craig Metros’s ’31 Ford will establish a few things rather quickly: he’s a man of good taste, for one. With a car that balances traditional styling, modern touches, and quintessential hot rodding principles, it’s easy to trust the other types of builds that he’s likely to turn out. However, that’s where Craig manages to take a departure from the norm.
It was a few weeks ago that photographer and friend of StanceWorks, Eric Dowd, reached out with the latest of his work to share with us. Presented with some fantastic photos of a rather nice, simple E30, we were eager to share ourselves. Ethan James has put together an E30 with a tried and true recipe, executed with taste and refinement.
Bassam Michiel’s E36 is a difficult one to describe. It probably won’t be labeled as the “prettiest” car in the world, but I don’t think Bassam minds. On the other hand, it’s clearly “purpose built,” as a very competitive car in the Global Time Attack series. Oddly enough, the word “humorous” comes to mind, with the car still sporting its 318iS badging, despite the visceral sounds released from the LS V8 that resides under the hood. Of course, there’s the obvious too…