Photography by Devin Capriati – As the world moves towards efficiency, Ferrari’s 458 is likely to hold a special place in the marque’s history. It likely won’t be regarded as their best design, although its unquestionably a show-stopper. It likely won’t be remembered for its racing pedigree either. It will, however, be rememebred as one of the last great free-revving naturally-aspirated V8s.
A wild opportunity has landed in our lap, and while we’re not able to share the details yet, it’s finally time to get the Model A back on the road after 17 months with a blown engine. There’s a story to share, and parts on the way, so head to the StanceWorks YouTube channel and join in as we dive into another in-depth build series, beginning with a new Ford Aluminator crate motor.
“What better time than now,” they say. Who they might be, I am unsure. But I think it’s safe to assume what they’re talking about: buying an E92 M3. To be clear, the V8-powered M3 lineup is anything but inexpensive, tallying in at around $20,000 for the cheapest examples, and swelling past $50,000 for the best of the best. Cheap, they are not.
The YouTube series continues! In our latest episode, we’ve been hard at work prepping for the aero package, as it won’t be long before Amir from RSFuture brings his parts by. At the front of the car, we’ve finished running lines for the radiator, meaning we just need to move some ports around and we’ll be just about finished.
We’re thrilled to have been nominated, and to have won an award at the first-ever Overcrest Film Fest. In the running for Best Youtube Channel, StanceWorks was paired along side some incredible content creators and some truly outstanding content – but to take home the event’s honors is something that could never happen without the support of everyone of you that watches along. So thank you, and enjoy the show.