StanceWorks has, since day one, stood as a beacon for unique cars from around the world. From countless countries throughout the globe, a community has been built around affection for these machines, often oddities and rarities found nowhere else.  One of our favorites of the last year is Kai Coor’s 1979 Honda Prelude: a unique take on an otherwise forgotten platform.

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We’ve decided to move forward with disassembly, this time with the front end. There’s a ton of components that lie hiding underneath the car’s hood, and almost all of it can be permanently remove.
The AC system makes up a majority of what needs to be removed, along with heating components. There’s a heavy brass radiator that we’ve removed too. All in, we’re talking about just shy of 100lbs of weight removed, although some will have to go back in.

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It’s often said that wheels can make or break a car. As one of the most important stylistic choices when it comes to a build, wheels are an aesthetic decision that can completely define an overall direction. Wheels can tell a story, illustrate a style, or provide balance. A choice of wheel, more often than not, is the most defining part of how a car looks, and how the owner wants their pride and joy to be perceived…

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What is that one car that you can never, ever get out of your head? You know the type – maybe it’s a car that you didn’t expect to see modified, or a car with those dream wheels you’ve always wanted, or a car with paint so nice that you wonder what kind of wild magic the painter pulled off in the booth.

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Today, we’re taking an overall look at where to begin with the engine mounting process. There’s a lot to consider: how does the chassis need to be modified, where does the engine need to be, and is there room for axles? The Honda K24, being a front-wheel-drive platform, has lots of similarities with the Ferrari 308 GTBi’s F106 engine with respect to layout: both are transverse engines with similar transmission styles.

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