No matter your age, old or young, there’s something truly special about the Viper GTS coupe. Sure, it’s plagued by American details such as an entirely plastic interior and a Dodge namesake… but look at it. Listen to it. Is there anything cooler than a car that actively tries to kill you while you drive it? Exactly. Nevertheless, it’s been a few years since Sebastien Polit made his debut on the StanceWorks homepage with his ’95 E34 Touring.
Words and Photography by Riley Stair
“How do we become the people we are today?” This is a question I ask myself often.
It seems rare that a Daily Grind update offers a chance to share so much, but a lot has happened at the StanceWorks HQ since our last report. From new parts and new art, to new cars, both big and small, we’ve been having fun this summer.
Easily the most exciting update is the announcement of the latest Lowly Gentlemen art print. Hand drawn by Andrew once again, the latest limited-number print features a draft drawing of Mercedes’ famous Sauber C9 prototype race car.
Photography by Curtis Pogue
The “Pickup Truck” is as American as baseball and the cheese burger. It is as American as our flag itself. KC’s personal example shows what truly came of the American Pickup once it reached its prime. From the subtleties to the obvious, his 1934 Dodge 1-Ton Pickup is definitively true to its origins.
The pickup truck was born in 1925 with the introduction of Henry Ford’s “Model T Runabout with a Pickup Body.
Have a look at the new StanceWorks video and get a glimpse at the beauty of the Avila Motoring Invitational show venue. The guys from AccuAir brought out some of their project cars and parked them out on the fairways of the Avila Beach Golf Resort.