It feels as if 2015 has flown by in a flash. I’m still not sure how we’re already preparing for another new year at StanceWorks, but as I look back through our photos, I’m reminded of how many amazing experiences Mike and I have been able to squeeze into the last 12 months. Over the years, we’ve built up quite a collection of automotive photos, and I feel so fortunate to be able to look back through the archives and appreciate our yearly achievements.
It’s that time once again: we’re in the final week of 2015 and the year is finally coming to a close. With just days to go until we welcome 2016, Andrew and I are both taking the time to put together our year-end highlight reels. Each passing year offers new growth, and 2015 was no different, despite how quickly it seems to have passed. From our adventures at home, to our journeys afar, 2015 was a year to remember. Fortunately, there’s photos to show for it.
In 2011, Rilber Li left the Audi dealership with an all-new A4 Avant. Optioned just the way he liked – black on black – most would find that adequate. In fact, for a time, it suited Rilber just fine. However, now, 4 years later, Rilber can point to little in the way of what’s left of his once-stock estate. The exterior has been molded and shaped, sculpted to his liking. The interior has been fine-tuned, suited to his tastes.
In just a few days, StanceWorks enters its seventh year – a milestone I assume no one expected, even ourselves. As the final wallpaper of 2015, it’s only fitting to celebrate one of the year’s biggest accomplishments: our completion of Rusty Slammington. Equally exciting is that we offer a Rusty wallpaper for the first time in seven years. I’d say we’re long overdue…
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Thousands gathered once again at the Mooneyes Christmas Party to send out the year in style, with walks of life stemming from each corner of the automotive world. From hot rods to motorcycles, and from low riders to classic trucks, there’s a bit of something for everyone. For years, we’ve tried to go, but the dreadfully familiar “life” always seems to get in the way.