Our friends at FLGNTLT have finally shared the second half of their Vlog visit to the StanceWorks HQ. In Part 2, the Felgen Outlet crew gets the rundown on the StanceWorks Ford Model A prior to its first-ever drive. Following that, the boys get a chance to rip around in the E28. It’s always fun having shop visitors; thanks to the FLGNTLT crew for sharing what we’re up to.
For the latest StanceWorks Wallpaper, we turn to one of our recent favorites: Matt Bomer’s ’86 Ford XF Fairmont Ghia. Homebuilt in Australia by Matt himself as a classic sedan racer of sorts, it’s easily one of our favorite features of the past twelve months. If you’ve somehow missed it, be sure to check it out here. If you’re only here for the wallpaper, it’s easy: just right-click and save-as for the high-res version.
For as long as I’ve known him, Blake Olsen has been building wild cars, and shredding the tires off of them with incredible style. In recent years, though, Blake’s drifting career has taken a backseat to the other priorities of life. 2019, however, marks a return, with Blake’s E92 making its competitive debut in just a few short weeks for the first round of Formula Drift Pro2 competition in Orlando, Florida.
“What year is it?” It’s undoubtedly the most common question asked to classic car owners, and one we come to love and embrace. “What is it,” on the other hand, is a bit less common, and conversely, one I find myself asking very rarely. Jason Whipple of Rotiform, though, managed to stump me with his one of just 2,000 Audi 5+5 coupes ever built.
Based on the B2 Audi 4000 platform, the 5+5 was Audi’s follow-up to a somewhat unsuccessful introduction of the 1980 model 4000.
Just over a week ago, we hosted our second Open House at the StanceWorks Headquarters, as a celebration of sorts for 10 years of automotive content and community. As the fourth “major” event we’ve hosted at the shop (PRE/GRID and our Open Houses, for those counting), it surpassed any and all expectations. With a start time of 11:00AM, the lot was full before the event had a chance to begin.