Chip Foose is, without question, a living legend. From his artwork to his talents in automotive design and fabrication, he’s established himself as one of the all time greats. While his work typically manifests in the form of classic American iron, Chip occasionally takes a dip outside of his comfort zone, showcasing his tastes in other aspects, far and wide. Today, we’ve been given the opportunity to see how Foose himself imagines the “perfect” E30 M3.
There’s a bit of a blessing and a curse when it comes to the Nissan S-chassis. Admittedly, I’ve never owned one; however, it’s hard not to form some sort of opinion, given just how popular the chassis is. That’s the blessing: an absolutely immense following, aftermarket, knowledge base, and community surrounding a relatively inexpensive rear-wheel-drive driver-centric platform, and one that looks good, no less. The curse, though, stems from the same roots.
An incredible photo set, unposted from the StanceWorks Archives. Photographed in May of 2017, Keith Ross captured the StanceWorks “Parts Car” in what is undoubtedly the best photo set on record. Built as a tribute to the nearly-unknown 1982 FIA Group A E28 528i race cars that took home a championship win, the StanceWorks “Parts Car” payed homage to to an important piece of BMW history with its unveiling at SEMA, 2016, with H&R Springs.
One of the most recent installments of Air Lift Performance’s “Life on Air” series features a familiar name and face from the StanceWorks Archives. This bike hauler shows us how it’s done, low and slow. Matt Waln, a first responder out of Warrenton, VA shares a little about himself, his style, and what motivates him to build machines that move.
We all own cars and trucks for different reasons, largely to fill practical needs of transportation, while some fill selfish voids that we convinced ourselves that we have. I was left with a gap when I moved out of the city back to my small hometown to a perfect little house with a view down an old dirt road. I have a boring daily that fills most all my needs, and I sold off my “selfish void” of an RX7.