Just over a year ago, we met with Brian Scotto of Hoonigan at their Long Beach compound to photograph the Napalm Nova. As one of our favorite feature cars of the past 12 months, we’re excited to bring it back into the spot light for one last “hurrah!” Although we’ve heard the beast sports a new heart with far more power. Perhaps we need to pay another tire-roasting visit to the Hoonigan HQ.

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There’s one thing we’ve never tried to hide here at StanceWorks. When it comes to cars, we show favoritism to the classics. Whether its European, American, or even Asian too, something resonates with us when it comes to old steel. After all, there’s a reason that between all of the 20-something BMWs I’ve owned, only two have been newer than the 1980s. However, from time to time, we find ourselves behind the wheel of something a bit more modern.

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It’s been years since I’ve gone to a car show on my own accord, and even longer since I’ve attended one without a camera in hand. As StanceWorks has grown, and as I’ve devoted more and more of my time to my project cars, enthusiast events have seemed to slip through the cracks. Surprisingly, it was the Japanese Classic Car Show just a few week ago that convinced me to set down both the tools and the camera for a day of enjoying cars as I used to.

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Year after year, we continue to both refine and redefine our apparel. Each line brings forth not only new ideas in design and product: each new line further embraces our character and our passions. Today, we’re excited to announce the latest from the Lowly Gentlemen, which includes four all-new shirt designs, as well as two new hats, and an art print too, all designed by the hand and pen of Andrew Ritter.

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Two weeks ago, we were proud to unveil Keith Ross’s latest build: a Datsun 280Z unlike any other. Now, the talented Jared Houston shows off his latest work: a video featuring Keith’s creation. Utilizing a soundtrack from TimeCop1983, and paired with stunning visuals, it’s likely to be the best clip you’ve seen in some time. With such a subject, it’s hard to go wrong, but it takes a special eye to do so right.

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