Fast cars are built in massive shops with slick floors, white walls, and a team of guys who really know what they’re doing, all with big name sponsors and corporate funding.
But the fastest cars are built on the rough concrete floors of back-woods shops, where the walls lean in just a bit, the roof leaks in a spot or two, and the insulation against the walls might be fiberglass… or it might be the old boxes of car parts collected over the years.
As the show season across the world gets underway, everyone awaits which builds will be the most talked about. For those of you who aren’t quite familiar with Carl Taylor of GWerks Concept95, it was a build that provoked conversations through many circles. Guess who isn’t done stirring the pot?
That’s right… it’s back.
We here at StanceWorks have been friends with the crew at Fluid MotorUnion for quite some time… They’ve been here to support us and push us to do what we do best… but it occurred to us that many of you have no idea who they really are. We had Andrew Krok at Fluid give us a full write-up on the shop. We hope you guys enjoy. It’s easily one of the better write-ups I’ve had the chance to post here. Give it a good read.
My good friend Chris Beardon happens to have one of the hardest G35’s rolling around stateside right now. He recently stepped up his game with a new set of T1S’s, and decided photoshoots are sooo 2010.
Here is a video feature on his G35 stompin’ my backyard of Dallas, Texas. Make sure to be sitting down before pressing play:
Chris Beardon’s Wide Body G35c from Brian Moore on Vimeo.
Thankfully for car enthusiasts across the UK, the depressing British winter is starting to make the transition in to the depressing British spring. This means we can start to bring our projects out of winter-mode, and meet up in car parks to take photos and chat, without fear of contracting pneumonia.
Ashamedly not spending enough time in the regional UK section of the Stanceworks forum, I first heard about this meet through word of mouth.