If you’re a regular reader of the StanceWorks homepage, and have been for some time, it’s quite unlikely that you managed to miss Keith Ross’s 1966 Volvo Amazon Coupe – after all, it’s one of the most successful articles in StanceWorks history, and with good reason… It’s hard not to love a classic, and one as well-executed as Keith’s black-on-black Swedish saloon is worthy of notable praise.
More than two years ago, StanceWorks embarked on its most modern project car to date – a 2000 BMW 740iL, with Jeremy Whittle behind the wheel. What began as “daily cruiser” quickly evolved, and in time, became what we’d consider might just be one of the best E38s out there, although we’re clearly biased.
It’s been some time – more than four years in all – since we’ve last taken a look at the Fosters’ E21; however, like a good scotch, “Mr. Belvedere,” as the 320i is known, has only grown better with age.
At first glance, little, if anything, has changed with “Mr. B.” The Sepang Bronze paint still shines flawlessly, and the Ronal Racing splits still pair perfectly with the car they’re mounted to.
When Rimal Chand first acquired his cherished E24, its state of disrepair was enough to ward off even the most ambitious project seekers. At least, that’s how it appeared; with missing body panels, a complete lack of paint, and an overall appearance of dilapidation, it took a further look by Rimal to be convinced of its potential. The interior presented well, and the engine was strong, but perhaps the car’s true saving grace was its naked set of M-System wheels.
This world needs more 2 seat, rear-wheel-drive, high performance convertibles. In a land of 4-door sedans, where have all the fun, exciting cars gone?
In 1999, Honda had the perfect formula to bring excitement back to driving in the S2000. It features a smooth high-revving 2 liter engine, 50/50 weight distribution, and the option to go topless.