We love hearing and reading the stories from the members of the StanceWorks community. It’s always inspiring to see the work and dedication that is put into the cars that are shown off on our forums every day. Mikey Gaumann put together this video documenting the work that Shea and a few friends put in to get his Bavaria sitting nicely over a set of beautiful Impul Silhouettes before Shea starts work on his Airlift air suspension setup.
Photos by Jeff Anderson
For years now, the Cadillac de Ville has been a favorite of mine, topping the list of cars that I know I’ll have to own someday. While I’m more partial to the sedans myself, it’s been a long time coming that we get the chance to feature any member of the de Ville family. Cody Craven’s 1966 Cadillac Coupe de Ville hits all the right spots, leaving us to question why we continue to tinker with anything but classic American Iron.
The Daily Driver. There’s a certain dedication required when you enter into the commitment of daily driving the same car that accompanies you to every show through the season. The pot holes and speed bumps make your oil pan and suspension bushings cringe on your way to work. The rock chips and bug splatters threaten the glossy exterior as your car clocks away countless highway miles on a road to somewhere new.
If you’ve ever had a need for a nice helmet, whether it’s for autocross, motocross, BMX, or perhaps even road racing, you’ve certainly come to know what separates a run-of-the-mill helmet from something a bit more special. Helmets, in many ways, have become a staple of style, fashion, and even status in certain communities, with many people opting for expensive, yet well-designed helmets from the catalogues of designer names.
Photos by Evano Gucciardo
Words by Jason Morabito
When it comes to car builds, the reasons behind them, and the paths taken to execute them, I find that there are two types of people, and with them, two very different mindsets. There are those that build cars for notoriety, whether it’s for the horsepower wars, or just plain attention they seek – they are driven by the reaction and appreciation of their peers, and there’s nothing wrong with that.