As one of the busiest Automotive photographers on planet Earth, Mike seems to be accruing an incredible archive of machines, both new and old. Amidst the incredible features he sets up for the homepage, a slew of cars and mini-shoots here and there bubble to the surface. We lovingly refer to this extra body of work as “The Crawat Files,” and our latest peer into Mike’s archives reveals a gorgeous and firmly-planted E24 coupe.

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No matter your age, old or young, there’s something truly special about the Viper GTS coupe. Sure, it’s plagued by American details such as an entirely plastic interior and a Dodge namesake… but look at it. Listen to it. Is there anything cooler than a car that actively tries to kill you while you drive it? Exactly. Nevertheless, it’s been a few years since Sebastien Polit made his debut on the StanceWorks homepage with his ’95 E34 Touring.

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My Year In Review: 2018

Mike Burroughs

It’s that time of year once again: a look back on my biggest moments of the past twelve months. Each year brings about a new sense of excitement as I take my first opportunity in 365 days to look back on the photos I’ve taken, the cars I’ve build, and the adventures I’ve been blessed to have. It’s easy to forget both how long and how short a year can be, and just how many memories can fall to the wayside as we hustle our way from one day to the next.

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Photography by Daniel Piker
Every car has a story, some far more interesting than others. Hand-me-downs, barn finds, long-term searches and heart-felt builds; I swear I’ve heard them all. That is, of course, until I heard the shady backstory of Alex Ciceu’s S52-swapped E30 M3.

Peering inside and out of the E30 M3 at hand, one thing is clear: no expense was spared in building it.

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For shop owners like Mike Ngo of Eurowise in North Carolina, there are clients that keep the doors open, and clients that make the business worth running. Few shop owners, if any, dream of oil changes and timing belt jobs; instead, it’s jobs like those that keep the bills paid and the techs from starving.

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