That’s right folks, PRE/GRID is on, rain or shine. Head to the StanceWorks HQ and join us on Saturday for a day of celebrating vintage race cars, rain or shine.
Our latest find in the depths of YouTube comes from the team at Defined Cars. Their first video highlighted one truly incredible car: a RWD-converted ’74 Saab 99 built by Jesper Schwartz. From its fantastic sounds and incredible original color, to the fabrication and the car’s uniqueness in every regard, there’s literally nothing we’d change. Enjoy this inside look at Jesper’s creation and what it took to build it.
Photography by Mike Crawat
While the popularity of classic BMWs continues to grow, there are undoubtedly a few chassis that have been all but forgotten. The E21 is an obvious example, having fallen into the shadow of its successor, the E30. The E23 7-series is another; while there are quite a few wonderful examples out there, its popularity is hardly measurable.
Unfortunately, with a majority of vintage cars lacking their window glass and a rising chance of rain in tomorrow’s forecast, we’ve decided to push the event back to March 10th from 11AM to 2PM.
For a car so stunning and elegant, I have few words. Perched upon the green of the 2017 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, the ’67 Ferrari 412 P Competizone was simply unparalleled. I’ve crossed paths with many cars at this point, many on the green and more on the tarmac. Some I love, some I loathe, and of course, best of all, I have my personal favorites. No car, though, has captured my adoration in such a way as the 412 P.