Posts tagged with ‘Ford’


Cars usually look like their enthustiastic owners – and Joni is definitely not an exception, but more of a positive example here. Joni is known for his creative side, and being a painter, what could have been a sweeter combination than a car with a unique patina that’s taken years to form, companied with a freshly painted lowrider-esque roof, painted by the man himself.

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Every year, StanceWorks hits the open road in search of empty trails and breathtaking scenery. Our travels have taken us through both Utah and Colorado, but after a hiatus in 2020 thanks to the global pandemic, we’re back for 2021 with a trip to Idaho. While “Idaho” often conjures thoughts of potatoes and farming, its home to some of the United States’ most beautiful and remote landscapes.

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The annual StanceWorks Off Road adventure is upon us! Tomorrow, we set out for Idaho, where we’ll spend the next number of days travelling the Backcountry Discovery Route. In preparation, we’ve transformed the latest shop truck and tow rig: the 1997 Ford F-350, equipped with a 7.3 Powerstroke. We’ve given it a slew of supporting mods: new suspension and 35″ Nitto Trail Grapplers, as well as a GFC Rooftop tent, Rigd Ultraswing, and a Dometic fridge to support us for the trip.

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Each and every project car tells a story of its own. Some, on one hand, tell a story of rapid ascent, fueled by deadlines, Red Bull, and overnight shipping. On the other hand, some tell the story of a slow, calculated burn only enriched my methodic, well-planned, and orderly execution.  Few cars, though, have a better story than those that have been with their owner for a decade or more: the builds that have been built and built again.

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I’ve always felt that there’s something… an all but impossible-to-define aspect that cements a car as truly befitting of the “StanceWorks” ethos. In the nearly twelve years since StanceWorks began, we’ve stood as a haven for the odd balls and the misfits, celebrating cars that owners bestow merit upon, as opposed to those we see with merit on their own accord.

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