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An Appetite For Altitude in the Mountains of Colorado – Part II – Presented by Nitto Tire

It was, undoubtedly, the coldest night of the trip, although at just shy of 11,000 feet, with small patches of snow still on the ground, that doesn’t quite come as a surprise. The clearing we had found to camp in filled with sunlight bright and early, rousting everyone from their slumber well before 8:00am. First […]

The Spanish Six – Ivan Pardiñas’s 1979 BMW E24 635CSi

While the namesake might suggest otherwise, the E24 6-Series was born as a clearly defined successor to the iconic E9 Coupe. As a grand-tourer built to hybridize and balance the ideals between sports car and luxury traveller. In many ways, it’s the car that helped to define BMW as a marque for at least a […]

An Appetite For Altitude in the Mountains of Colorado – Part I – Presented by Nitto Tire

We awoke on Friday morning, perched on a mountainside at roughly 9,000ft of altitude. For me and Jim Bob, it was technically the start of Day 3, but for most of the gang, the trip was just beginning. Rewinding a bit, Jim Bob and I had departed from Southern California on Wednesday morning, making it to Southern […]

The Sonoma Speed Festival 2019 – by Jonathan Szczupak

It’s hard to follow the Goodwood Festival of Speed with a stateside event. We can’t, in good conscience, compare, but that’s not for a lack of impressive machinery at the Sonoma Speed Festival. From May 30th through June 2nd, an incredible fleet of cars descended upon the iconic Sonoma Raceway, formerly known as both Infineon […]

Flashback Friday – Amir Bentatou’s 1976 Porsche 911S – “That 911”

With Luftgekhult just days away, and Porsche excitement at an all-time high, we figured what better time than to take a look back at one of our favorite StanceWorks articles. In December of 2012, we met with Amir Bentatou at the Port of Long Beach, and in typical fashion, we did what we do best. […]

Flashback Friday – Amir Bentatou’s 1976 Porsche 911S – “That 911”

With Luftgekhult just days away, and Porsche excitement at an all-time high, we figured what better time than to take a look back at one of our favorite StanceWorks articles. In December of 2012, we met with Amir Bentatou at the Port of Long Beach, and in typical fashion, we did what we do best. […]

Flashback Friday – Amir Bentatou’s 1976 Porsche 911S – “That 911”

With Luftgekhult just days away, and Porsche excitement at an all-time high, we figured what better time than to take a look back at one of our favorite StanceWorks articles. In December of 2012, we met with Amir Bentatou at the Port of Long Beach, and in typical fashion, we did what we do best. […]

Sending Signals – Carl Taylor’s Air Lift Performance-Equipped Rocket Bunny S13

Carl Taylor has made a name for himself, and it’s one synonymous with some of the most vibrant, boldest builds out there, Stateside or not. He’s no stranger to the StanceWorks homepage, nor seemingly any other blog or magazine, and with good reason. His cars have set a benchmark for style and vivaciousness, pairing bright […]

Das Ziel – A Film by Kris Clewell and Alex Nelson

Just over six months ago, Kris Clewell and Alex Nelson set out on the trip of a lifetime. Following the shipment of Kris’s 1972 Porsche 911 from Minnesota to the StanceWorks HQ here in Southern California, the two hopped behind the wheel for a journey that lasted more than 3500 miles. From SoCal to Monterey […]

The Petersen Automotive Museum: The Porsche Effect

Even as a BMW guy, I find it hard to argue that no marque competes with the history and heritage of Porsche. Some carry more power, and others carry more prowess, but it seems as if nothing quite symbolizes the ethos of the quintessential “sports car” quite like the German crest from Stuttgart. The 911 […]

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