“Saying that this car changed my life might sound a bit cheap… but it has.” That’s how Sebastien Polit begins the story of his E34. It’s been claimed countless times in StanceWorks interviews, typically yielding stories of friendships and family, but for Sebastien, he truly means it.
More than a year ago, the team at Rare Drive Inc began a tremendous undertaking: to unearth the past and restore the glory of the 1966 Le Mans winning Ford GT40, Chassis #P1046. Documented wonderfully in a set of five videos thus far, StanceWorks is excited to take you through the journey over the next five weeks. Stay tuned on Thursdays as we join the Rare Drive team in their efforts to return a legend to its former prestige and glory.
Sometimes we struggle to choose the latest StanceWorks desktop wallpapers… but other times, our fans and readers make their choice loud and clear. This time, we’re bringing you Nic and Stephanie Foster’s E21 in a a desktop-resoultion shot from their latest feature.
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In a sea of cars that seem to celebrate mismatched panels and wear body damage like a badge of honor, you’ll find Daniel Ressa and his S14 staying afloat. For more than a half-decade now, thanks to exposure from new instagram posts to old school blog posts, Danny’s “PowerMove” S14 has been heralded as the “Zenki King.” Some even go as far as to suggest it’s the best state-side S14, and others claim endearingly that it’s the best U.S. S-Chassis all together.
It was more than a decade ago, in 2004, that three young BMW fanatics turned their attention to their car’s stereo system. Their 1998 Titanium Silver M3 was, like most BMWs, in desperate need of audio attention. Even now, BMW’s reputation isn’t built upon the quality of their sound systems, and as an integral part of the driving experience, especially if it’s meant to be the ultimate driving machine, stereo upgrades are essential.