Photography by Kevin Trower
Almost every day, we pop open our browsers, hop on our favorite forum or Craigslist, and pour through
pages of classifieds to pass the time or maybe to just wind down for the night. As we make our way
through the pages, we come across cars just begging to be saved or put out of their misery. They have
been subject to rough daily commutes, learning tools for a novice, or just owned by someone clueless on
how to maintain their car.
The E21 Legion is a relatively small community made up of the select few who still value these “forgotten” cars. The massively popular E30 overshadows its smaller, lighter, and simpler older brother, leaving the E21 only to those who are able to wade through the massive following the rest of the 3-series family has.
This morning at the StanceWorks office, we came across a somewhat special film. Deus Ex Machina, a short film by Seth Brown, shows a man and his rather unique creation. While his style, or motorcycles in general, may not keep your gears turning, we’re confident everyone will come away with something from this inspirational video.
In under 24 hours, Forza Horizon hits the shelves, and just moments after, car enthusiasts across the globe will boot their X-boxes to enter the world created in the latest offering from the Forza franchise. While it has been met with much debate from the hardcore Forza Motorsport fans, StanceWorks couldn’t help but fall in love with what is undoubtedly the racing game of the year.
Recently, we had the opportunity to play Forza Horizon before its launch.
There are few better ways to spend a cool fall morning than with some of the West coast’s most well-kept BMWs. Every year, the SoCal Vintage BMW meet is hosted to bring BMW enthusiasts together for a Saturday full of shop talk and beautiful cars. More than 350 Bimmers showed up this year for the 5th event, from 2002s to E30s, providing something for any BMW-keen enthusiast to revel over.
As BMW fanatics, SoCal Vintage BMW has to be one of our favorite events of the year.