In the 90s and early 2000s, the car world was defined by shootouts. The newsstands were littered with sports car comparison challenges and marques fought their place in the “Top 5” rankings of each year. 911s, Corvettes, and M3s ran through paces, testing their specs with hopes set on earning that year’s premier sports car designation.
Carl Taylor has made a name for himself, and it’s one synonymous with some of the most vibrant, boldest builds out there, Stateside or not. He’s no stranger to the StanceWorks homepage, nor seemingly any other blog or magazine, and with good reason. His cars have set a benchmark for style and vivaciousness, pairing bright colors and custom wheels with unique parts and the Players style he’s come to be known for.
When deciding on our newest desktop wallpaper, it came to our attention that we had yet to share one of the StanceWorks E28 “Parts Car” build. Wearing its new-for-2018 Motul colorway, we’re excited to share one of our reveal photographs in high-res glory. For the full-resolution photo, simply right-click and save-as. Easy peasy.
In 1979, a Kremer Porsche 935 K3 sat atop the podium at LeMans, and its success led to a growing interest in 1980. Kremer sold a number of cars to customers and packaged up kits to update old cars with an updated prowess. Of those new cars, Dick Barbour took delivery of a brand new 1980 Porsche 935 K3, chassis number 00023, just before the 1980 LeMans was scheduled to begin.
Just over six months ago, Kris Clewell and Alex Nelson set out on the trip of a lifetime. Following the shipment of Kris’s 1972 Porsche 911 from Minnesota to the StanceWorks HQ here in Southern California, the two hopped behind the wheel for a journey that lasted more than 3500 miles.