“I hate standing still, and I usually only sleep for three to four hours each night, but I don’t mind it at all.” Brent Favreau began his story with quite the claim, followed by a sense of skepticism on my behalf; my inner voice thinking “Yeah, right.” However, as the story continued, it unraveled into perhaps one of the best I’ve heard to date.
The popularity of the E21 has sky-rocketed in the past several years, but it wasn’t all too long ago that E21s were viewed in a different light. Stateside, E21 owners have been tight-knit, grouping together to form the “E21 Legion,” giving the otherwise seemingly forgotten chassis some strength in numbers. Across the pond, the situation wasn’t much different, with the E21’s younger brother, the E30, stealing the limelight, worldwide, for older 3-series fans.
Having recently eclipsed more than 500 full-length articles here on StanceWorks.com, we felt it was best to, on occasion, bring some of our “Greatest Hits” back to the homepage. It serves as an opportunity for old fans to re-enjoy classic content, and for new fans to experience some of our best articles, which they have undoubtedly missed out on. Winding back 100 pages on here on the homepage, we’ve decided to bring the Liberty Walk Lamborghini back to life.
It’s clear, when he talks, that Dominic Le harbors a special passion for Datsun’s 510s. It’s an urge he can’t seem to satisfy. With a baby boy born just weeks ago, when most of us would find ourselves selling off project cars one after the other, Dominic continues to add to the stable. With the latest car bought just two days ago, he’s now got three 510s in his possession.
The gentlemen at Singer Vehicle Design put together some of the most impressive builds that I’ve come across in my time at StanceWorks. Every little detail has been perfectly handled and the outcome is a car that continues to impress me each time I encounter one. As I was touring the paddocks of Laguna Seca one morning, one of their first builds passed me and I jumped at the chance to snap a shot of it fading off into the morning fog.