Posts tagged with ‘Air ride’

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When Rimal Chand first acquired his cherished E24, its state of disrepair was enough to ward off even the most ambitious project seekers. At least, that’s how it appeared; with missing body panels, a complete lack of paint, and an overall appearance of dilapidation, it took a further look by Rimal to be convinced of its potential. The interior presented well, and the engine was strong, but perhaps the car’s true saving grace was its naked set of M-System wheels.

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Air Lift Performance has been an industry leader, setting the gold standard for air suspension technology and quality. Today, they separate themselves even further from the competition with the announcement of their all-new height and pressure based air management system: The 3H.

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As the year begins to draw to a close, we like to reflect on that which lies behind us. We’ve come a long way since we first started StanceWorks, and we couldn’t have done it with out all of you. As part of our gratitude, we’ve teamed up with Air Lift Performance to give back to the community. From December 19th until January 5th, we will hold an Instagram contest to determine who truly needs a little more “low” in their life.

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Photography by Jeroen Plancke
It was all the way back in 1990, when Rick Tolboom’s parents bought him a racetrack toy set for his second birthday, that Rick’s love for cars was ignited. “My dad always had a passion for fast cars,” he said. Throughout Rick’s childhood, his father participated in Dutch rally championships, as well as some road racing here and there. Rick grew up on the sidelines, watching his father do what he does best.

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“Before I could even walk,” Shea tells me, “I had this little highchair on wheels that my pops would sit me in so that I could roll around the garage while he worked on restoring a 1972 Chevy C20.” Where some infants find solace in latching their tiny hands around rattles and bottles, Shea’s were clutched to the shank of a wrench, covered in grease and grime. It was evident from the get-go to the Weidlers that their son wasn’t going to stray far from his old man’s passions.

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