The StanceWorks forums are currently undergoing a much-needed overhaul to combat the onslaught of spam that has long since plagued the boards. Please be patient with us over the next day or two as we overhaul our software, implement new anti-spam measures, and do everything we can to reignite the forum community.
“I’m not really a BMW guy.” It sounds downright blasphemous coming from the owner of an Alpina, the real deal. But then again, one look at the car might just reveal some blasphemy too. Alpina isn’t known for horseplay, and so the idea of a street-sweeping wagon may be a bit foreign in nature to enthusiasts of the marque. Nevertheless, Ryan Stewart is unfazed, convinced that his take on the high-output estate car is exactly what an Alpina should be.
At StanceWorks, we try to share a little bit of everything. From modern to classic, and subdued in nature to over-the-top: if it excites us, it earns a place on the StaceWorks homepage, and that’s how it’s always been. However, it’s hard to suggest that it’s anything compares to the excitement, the history, and the character of vintage motorsports… in our opinion, at least.
There’s no real way to put this lightly, so I’m going to start off with a bang. The Dodge Demon is one of the coolest cars ever built, period. I dare you to disagree with me. It makes my heart race, my thoughts stir, and my face melt right off the bone. It’s absolutely mental, and if you ask me, we’re due to redefine Americana. So long, screeching of bald eagles, we’re here with the scream of boiling tires.
It’s hard to say why, exactly, but it’s probably safe to say that there’s something simply special about the Spoon Sports Hondas. There always has been, in my eyes. Even as an enthusiast that unwaveringly pledges my allegiance to German Engineering, the blue and yellow Spoon cars have always offered a bit of something to fawn over. Of course, their prowess is an obvious reason to hold them in such high regard, as is the brand’s renowned quality.