“Never Done” isn’t just a phrase to Tyler Coey. It’s his mantra, his brand, and his way of life. As an artist, he is always looking for ways to express himself and share his ideas and imagination. As a designer, he is always aiming to utilize space and put concepts to production. As a car guy, he is always striving to make his cars more bespoke and enjoyable.
Each year, the SEMA show concludes with a handful of stand out cars, and for 2015, Dominic Le’s “Hakotora” pickup was one of the stars. We unveiled his truck here on StanceWorks, and as one of our favorite builds in recent times, we felt obligated to offer our readers a desktop wallpaper in tribute.
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When Rimal Chand first acquired his cherished E24, its state of disrepair was enough to ward off even the most ambitious project seekers. At least, that’s how it appeared; with missing body panels, a complete lack of paint, and an overall appearance of dilapidation, it took a further look by Rimal to be convinced of its potential. The interior presented well, and the engine was strong, but perhaps the car’s true saving grace was its naked set of M-System wheels.
Head Hoonigan in charge, Ken Block, has taken his penchant for killing tires and created his most cinematic film to-date. Piloting his world-famous Ford Fiesta RX43, Block decimates its Toyo tires through the high-scale city infrastructure and into the exotic desert of Dubai. When 200+mph supercars, driving on two wheels and 1000+hp is hardly out of the norm, you can say Block had to pull out all the stops. Call our bluff.
Unless you’ve been under a rock, chances are you haven’t missed it: last night, around 9pm, Ken Block’s Gymkhna_Eight went live to the masses, introducing Dubai as the latest playground for his ever-impressive all-wheel-drive antics. In attending the world premier party, we brought along our cameras to capture some of what goes on behind the scenes on such a grand night.