Ben and I rolled up the garage door one morning to find this beast casually parked outside as if it were nothing special. That’s the beauty of relocating ourselves out here in the heart of a flourishing automotive world. Everywhere we turn there’s something new, inspiring, or jaw dropping to feed our automotive passion. Between the aggressive rake, staggered wheels, and meaty tires, this tubbed-out Camaro had a steamroller style stance showing that it means business.
Last weekend, Milton Keynes was host to another fantastic Stanceworks UK meet. Organised on the forum, and promoted via Facebook and word of mouth, this diverse meet unified a number of car styles that wouldn’t usually share the same space. The result was a massively chilled out afternoon with automotive enthusiasts checking out cars they wouldn’t normally get to see at their usual genre specific car shows/meets.
We and the fellas at Drifted have been talking a good while about the idea of working together in creative ways that could not only help each community grow but to bring about some great collaborations. It’s with this in mind, that we are proud to announce Drifted joining the StanceWorks Syndicate. To kick things off, Alex Quail and Jordan Butters have put together a creative writing piece on how they see wheel fitment playing a strong role in the world of drifting…
So it’s March going into April out in Orange County, California. Supposedly it’s considered the rainy season…. yeah, we can’t tell. Andrew and I have been out here for a little over 3 weeks now, and we are still in denial that we get to call this our new home. Part of the greatness about being in sunny SoCal, is that we get to see a bunch of our close friends on a regular basis… and some of them just happen to have amazingly badass machines.
It’s been a mellow week in California, running between various car meets and taking in all that the car community has to offer here. Between the sunny weather, proximity to the beaches, and the prevalence of car enthusiasts, it’s hard to beat an environment like this. It really gets the motivational juices flowing and makes you excited to spend days and nights in a garage getting your car ready for the next meet.