The pressure was building as the weeks closed in on our deadline for SEMA. The list of things to finish on Rusty seemed to grow longer by the day, with several major tasks still miles from completion. Byron Wilcox and I had set out to build the car ourselves, solely and without help, but as time went on, other friends such as Khalil Kassem and Eric Walton spent evenings at the shop helping to see the car through to completion for its big unveil.
The story began in a barn nestled in the Northern California countryside. Amidst the fervor surrounding Porsches this year, Dorian Valenzuela, of DV Mechanics, uncovered a Porsche 964 that had been parked, unloved for years, and remained undiscovered by the droves of eager Porsche buyers. In a previous life, the 964 was a dedicated track car. It’s interior had been stripped to house a cage, and trackside repairs and modifications left it in a pieced-together state.
Mike Koziel was present to capture the RWB Atlanta Porsche 964 on its trip from Las Vegas to Los Angeles following SEMA 2015. Check out some stunning visuals of a stunning car, featuring the all-new Rotiform HUR.
Photos by Anthony Anderson – @ayoandrsn on social media.
Since 2012, Amir Bentatou has come a long way as both a driver and a car enthusiast. His collection of cars has grown considerably, with his most recent purchase opening him up to the world of mid-engined cars: the NSX. His passion for cars and racing exists on a level that few parallel, and through his words, actions, and character, he’s sure to inspire a number of grassroots drivers that undoubtedly look up to him today.
As we continue to grow and age, it’s easy for the best articles of years pased to go entirely unseen by the latest StanceWorks fans. In an effort to revitalize our favorite features from the past, we bring you a Flashback Friday once again. This time, it’s Adam Woodhams’s 1951 Pontiac Chieftain Deluxe 2-Door Sedan, photographed stunningly by Andrew just south of San Jose.