There’s a group of guys over in Germany focused on the artistry of the air-cooled automobile, and with each photoset that they toss into my inbox, I’m more and more impressed by their vision and taste. As evidenced by a number of Porsche builds that have graced the pages here on StanceWorks (911T + 912), the gents at Rooshers have a knack for air-cooled automobiles. They approach each build with a unique perspective that balances between two ends of the spectrum.
From time to time, we cross the paths of those who have mastered their craft. Jeremy Heslup’s video work is sure to illustrate his talent, and with Matt Hummel’s Porsche 356 as a subject, we’re convinced you won’t want to miss it. From beautiful landscapes to a man truly impassioned by his automobile, sharing work like “Finding Yourself in a Porsche 356” is, in many ways, why StanceWorks exists. So, settle down for the next 23 minutes… they’ll be gone before you know it.
Our talented friends at Petrolicious have spotlighted a car in their most recent video that epitomizes the joy of driving and the reason we all do what we do. Guy Newark and is little blue Porsche 356 have been through a lot, and it’s a story worth sharing. “It takes a lot of driving, work, and a little bit of luck to achieve nearly a million miles in one car.
In 1948, Ferdinand Porsche crafted a vehicle that would change the automotive world forever. The Porsche 356, the grandfather of the 911 model, was Porsche’s first production vehicle. Today, there are less than 30,000 left, meaning they’ve amassed some serious value amongst collectors.