When it comes to cars here at StanceWorks, it seems as though we let them saturate every segment of our lives. From the work day spent writing articles and photographing automotive creations, to the shop talk that takes place after, and from the project builds that tend to consume our spare hours, to dreams that consume the night – it’s cars from bottom to top.
It was nearly two years ago that Rusty was finally unveiled: the cover was pulled back and the latest iteration of a car-turned-legend was shared with the world at SEMA, 2015. However, two years of hard work was poured into the car, only to be followed by nearly two years of radio silence, relegating the car to borderline secrecy, short of the occasional public appearance.
After a short hiatus, we’re back! This week, on The Drivers Meeting, we cover everything from Group B rally cars, the RWB craze, for better or worse, and shamelessly new StanceWorks apparel. We invite you to join us weekly, Tuesday evenings at 7PM on the StanceWorks instagram as we live-stream each week’s episodes. Join in on the discussion and be a part of the show.
If you’re anything like me – and chances are good if you’re reading this – you’ve spent countless hours perusing the depths of Google Images, scouring for sources of inspiration on an endless quest, trudging through the chest-deep masses of cool stuff buried on the web. For us BMW fans, there are a few images we’ve all likely saved to our harddrives; images that go down in the BMW Hall of Fame.
Photography by Evano Gucciardo.
As the last of the air cooled 911s, the 993 chassis holds a special place in a lot of hearts. From an engineering standpoint, it represents the pinnacle of what an air cooled Porsche should be, from the engine to the suspension, and everything that works in between. Aesthetically, it’s a bit more divisive – it was Porsche’s largest design departure at that point in time, pushing the 911’s design language forward into a new generation.