The months have flown far too quick. It’s been 3 months already since the last Daily Grind post: our recurring inside look at the happenings of the StanceWorks Headquarters and the Protomachine shop. At times, we find ourselves lamenting our busy schedules, as our focus has shifted to keeping customer projects moving in and out of the shop instead of on our own smaller milestones.
It’s all but impossible to believe that we’re already nearing the end of 2019. It seems like I’ve only just begun writing the date on checks correctly, not needing to scribble out an “18” to look more like a poorly-written “19”, but SEMA is just two weeks away, and we’re hardly more than two months from 2019’s conclusion. It’s been a whirlwind of a year at StanceWorks, and even moreso at Protomachine. Behind the big shop door, there’s been a constant ebb and flow of changes.
There’s no doubt: we don’t need any more cars around here. On the other hand, how can you expect us to turn down a free E28? If you know me, you know there’s a slim-to-none chance that will ever happen, so without further adieu: the newest addition to the StanceWorks lineup.
I’ve been told this particular car is apparently pretty nice underneath its dusty appearance.. Bought from the second owner, it was in remarkable shape when a friend of ours snagged it.
It’s been a hot minute since I photographed my progress on the truck. I’ve taken to YouTube to document my progress, which has been a new, fun, and rewarding addition to the content I get to make, but it felt like a great time to slow my roll, grab the camera, and share some good old-fashioned photos of I’ve been up to.
The biggest outstanding project on the truck is undoubtedly building and conquering the custom independent front suspension.
Perfection takes time… or something like that. That’s our excuse, at least, for why it’s been more than a week since the last episode. However, a full week means lots of progress on the truck. Check out all of the latest progress in Episode 5 of StanceWorks: Disassembled.