Posts tagged with ‘Chevrolet’


Words and Photography by Riley Stair
“How do we become the people we are today?” This is a question I ask myself often.

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Words and Photography by Riley Stair
“How do we become the people we are today?” This is a question I ask myself often.

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The team at Air Lift Performance sent us to Cleveland, Ohio, to visit Street Machinery, a shop that has earned worldwide rapport for its world-class hot rod and truck builds. Alongisde our old friends,  JJ Larson and Matt Crane from AWOL.TV, we took to our cameras. Boris’s truck plays off of the ultimate 2-faced style; the exterior’s patina is earned and as rich as they come – it’s what fans of the style spend years hunting down.

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I’ve heard my fair share of tales of car ownership, and up until recently, I’d have said “I’ve heard it all.”  Stories ranging from lucky back-yard finds that cost little more than a 6-pack of beer, to long cons, with enthusiasts spending years convincing others to let go of their prized vehicles. Anthony Herrera, however, begins his story a bit differently than most.

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Photography by Alex Willis
If you remember our article on Alex’s E28, you may just remember our names. After that was posted, Mike graciously asked if we would consider submitting some more articles. Alex and I talked about it and knew right away what our first submission would be, Adam Huddart’s 1960 Bel Air. It’s just that quintessential “car guy” car that we knew Stance Works viewers would love. It doesn’t completely follow any one genre, just like Adam himself.

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