The gritty crunch of rust under the tip of a screwdriver: it’s a sound many of us are far too familiar with, and it’s often the death knell of projects across the globe. The cancerous oxidization of steel and iron eats away at classic cars, often despite our best efforts, typically relegating them to junk yards or crushers. Only the most precious machines are saved from what most would consider “too far gone.
Earlier this year, we featured Riley Stair’s incredible Datsun 260Z. In typical Stair fashion, no facet was left untouched, resulting in a build has left a lasting impression. During our shoot, the car has just 9 miles on the odometer after an LS6 swap, and has since been tearing up the streets of Sacramento. For our latest StanceWorks Wallpaper, we bring you one of our favorite images from the set:
For the full story on Riley’s 260Z, click here.
It’s shocking when I realize that StanceWorks has been around for a full quarter of my life. Six years ago, this all began with a group of friends and like-minded car enthusiasts, all looking for a place to collectively share their thoughts, efforts, passions, and stories. It wasn’t long before success was found; other members of the car community sought similar values, and StanceWorks continued to grow, but it did so unlike anywhere else.