While it’d be nice to say most of our job here at StanceWorks revolves around time spent behind the camera and underneath cars, the reality of it is that a majority of it takes place right here, behind the desk. Between the photo editing and writing, as well as design work and website management, Andrew and I find that a decent portion of our work is introspective, focused on the job at hand, and the content we create.
Porsche can proudly claim one of the most profound, rich, and prestigious race histories in the world. Among their many victories are 22 wins at the 24 Hours of Daytona, 18 wins at the 12 Hours of Sebring, and 16 wins at the 24 Hours of Le Mans – more than anyone else on the planet. While many of their wins come from prototype cars, many come thanks to “homologation specials,” – road-legal racing cars built by Porsche, which in turn, allowed them to take them to competition.
Ron Perry’s name is synonymous with the best in classic vintage BMWs – his work has put him amongst the top in the realm of the restored and the period correct. Concours d’Elegance winners are commonplace in his garage, and the BMW world has built a certain level of expectation towards the quality of automobiles Mr. Perry puts out. The latest car of Ron’s to hit the auction block is this 1974 BMW E9 3.0 CSL, one of only a handful made, and even fewer that still exist.