Sometimes in life you sit and think about why you do things the way you do. We reminisce about the past and things that we have done with others that we would never forget. As the years go by, it seems like they speed up, priorities change and life becomes a blur. But on the off chance we get the time to spend it with those close to us, and when those times that are unforgettable are brought up in conversation, we laugh just as hard as we did at the time.
We want to wish all of our readers a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. Stay safe and enjoy some quality time with family and friends. 2012 has been a wonderful year and we’re looking forward to all that is in store for 2013.
The design of the Mercedes Benz W108 line is one that has aged like a fine wine. As years go by, some car designs begin to look dated and they lose the charm they once had. Styling cues that followed the trends of the decade and spoke to the consumer market are replaced by the next hot thing and become less relevant. Amidst the flippant trends are designs that transcend and reach an iconic level and age with a certain elegance.
Jeremy Whittle’s BMW E28 is no stranger to the StanceWorks homepage; most recently, a writeup on his Air Lift suspension install gave insight to those wondering exactly how to get their vintage BMWs closer to the ground. Prior to that, we’ve looked at the hard work Jeremy has poured into transforming his E28 into something entirely unique. In all, Jeremy’s car has come a long way over the past few years, from bone-stock to one of the most notable E28s in the BMW scene today.
Photography by Kevin Trower
As car guys, many of us owe it to our fathers for passing on their interests, hobbies, and passions. We grow up watching, learning and wrenching with the best; the one who, in our eyes, can build anything. But with experience comes age, an unforgiving enemy. Joe Dale, the man behind the beautiful steampunk Benz, decided it was time to follow through on his own father’s dreams.