Sunrise came early, and day three began with a storybook sunrise. As the horizon began to glow in the distance, the lake below us shimmered and danced in the growing light. The silence of the desert was broken only by the snapping of camera shutters: everyone was up early to witness what I’d imagine we’d all agree was the most astounding sunrise we’ve ever seen.
As we wind down from the frantic, Porsche-filled weekend of Luftgekuhlt, it seemed timely to present a Porsche 935 desktop wallpaper to get your week started off right.
With Luftgekhult just days away, and Porsche excitement at an all-time high, we figured what better time than to take a look back at one of our favorite StanceWorks articles. In December of 2012, we met with Amir Bentatou at the Port of Long Beach, and in typical fashion, we did what we do best.
Photography by Mike Crawat
One look inside Jens Lyphout’s garage, and it’s clear that he’s a fan of classic Audis. With 3 Audi “oldtimers” at 23 years old, he’s wasted no time finding his passion for a rather niche car. It’s his 1969 Super 90 that has our attention today, though, and as he puts it, its a barn find of sorts. Clued into its existence by a fellow Audi lover, it was love at first sight after finding it in what many likely assumed to be its final resting place.
Nothing prompts a Daily Grind update like an addition to the fleet: a well established tradition at this point. Over the weekend, we added a largely-original 1931 Ford Model A Pickup to the StanceWorks garage, and it’s only a matter of time before the antics begin.
In 2013, I sold my ’28 Ford Model A. I was ready to move on – namely to work on Rusty – but it’s been a sale I’ve found myself regretting to a small degree.