I hate to sound formulaic. After all, I firmly believe in celebrating automotive creativity and diversity, and I try to embrace that ideology in every build of my own as I travel across the automotive spectrum with each successive build. With that said, there’s no denying what works: The Combo.
There’s no doubt: we don’t need any more cars around here. On the other hand, how can you expect us to turn down a free E28? If you know me, you know there’s a slim-to-none chance that will ever happen, so without further adieu: the newest addition to the StanceWorks lineup.
I’ve been told this particular car is apparently pretty nice underneath its dusty appearance.. Bought from the second owner, it was in remarkable shape when a friend of ours snagged it.
As one of the most active and ambitious photographers I’ve ever known, Mike Crawat seems to spend more time with the camera to his eye than not. With each passing week, I’m astounded by the content he produces, not only for us here at StanceWorks, but for the numerous print and online publications he’s involved with. out digital library of his work continues to grow, and on occasion, he leaves a hidden gem buried between the features.
The idea to build a this 911 came to Markus Haub in 2013. After returning to his Porsche workshop to park cars for the winter, he found himself gazing upon an F-Model 911 in need of future restoration. With a desire to build a car meant solely for driving, with a sportier aesthetic than the F-Model was blessed with originally, he set out plans to build one, hoping to minimize the needed effort, budget, and time: a tall order for any 911 project, period.
It’s an astoundingly beautiful car to be driving at just 20 years old, but Connor Schenk’s ’73 Porsche 914 didn’t come to fruition without a lot of hard work. Thankfully, Connor’s father, and his father too, were there to lend a helping hand and a heap of guidance. Having restored the car from the ground up, it’s a monument to hard work, a clear vision, and most importantly, time well spent with family.
Connor grew up around cars.