Some will say the Volvo 200 series is, by any measure, lackluster. Its only body lines are those that are required, and it’s shape is that of the car we all seemed to draw in kindergarten. Its massive glass headlights are more reminiscent of grandpa’s coke-bottle glasses than anything else. Peering through the windows, it’s those undeniably “unique” headrests perched atop the seats that catch my attention, seemingly every time.
Thorough. It’s an adjective I believe most folks imagine describes their build, and in ways, it often does. From wheels, tires, suspension, and brakes, to engines, drivelines, interiors, and more, it’s not uncommon to find a car that has “checked the boxes” and seemingly leaves no bolt left unturned; more often than not, it’s how to describe the cars on this very site.
We’re back with more 1970 SCCA Trans Am goodness. If “Road Racing… Detroit Style” was at all up your alley, there’s more where it came from. Today, we’re tuning in to some of the highest quality period content we’ve found, which follows the 1970 Trans Am season, through the highlights and spectacles that make it just as thrilling to watch 50 years later. As always… lights down, sound up.
Standing in a warehouse, stretching tens of thousands of feet, with radiators stacked as high as the sky around me, I was given the ins and outs — both the major and minor details — of what makes CSF what it is today. Ravi Dolwani, a fourth-generation member of the family that launched the CSF brand was proud eager to share his story.
In the midst of the insanity that is 2020, from protests for justice and Covid-19, to murder hornets, WWIII threats, and a charred Australian landscape, it’s been a wild ride for seemingly everyone in one way or another. Today, I found myself looking back upon fond memories of where StanceWorks began, browsing through articles that highlighted the ideas, motivations, and fun behind the very founding of this website.