Photography by D.Tek
Nathan Taylor’s love for cars started as early as any other. A familiar story with a car-loving father and early childhood memories finds itself upon us once again. As the story always goes, once Nate turned 16, the snowball effect began, and before long, Nate and his twin brother were attending car meets in their Scion xA.
Photography by Matt Magnino
“A picture is worth a thousand words.” This quote has probably been heard by every breathing person at one time or another. Sure, a picture might give us a thousand words, but are they telling us the most important things about its subject? When it comes to a feature, I’d argue no.
Imagine, for a moment, that in an undisclosed location, there is a locked room. Inside of the room, shelves are stocked with the rarest and most desirable parts for the cars of the make of your choosing. Whether you’re a Corvette fan, a Nissan guy, or even one of the oddballs that has a thing for those late-’80s “Shelby” badged Dodge Shadows – behind that door lie parts you can only dream of. Race engines, suspension components, brakes, and transmissions.
Our friend Josh Clason at Petrolicious has released his latest video – a look at a pair of unbelievably unique Alpina 6-series cars. Keen readers may remember “The Collector”: he’s back once again, and we’re hoping everyone enjoys the latest additions to his garage.
BMW Alpinas from Petrolicious on Vimeo.
Photography by Anthony Sundell
I was recently asked a series of questions that, in short, asked “what does it take for a car to make it to the homepage of StanceWorks?” It was a tough question to answer; I responded with what I felt was rather simple: “We choose cars that inspire; cars with a story worth sharing.” The interview grew more difficult with the followup: “What makes a car inspirational? What makes a car snare your interest?” With that, I struggled.