I’ve been on a nostalgia kick lately. Having owned a few late model BMWs in my life, I had finally come to the conclusion that I needed one that was a relative classic. I decided I would aim for the mid ’80s to early ’90s to capture the feeling of when I first became acquainted with the brand. There were a few models of that era such as E24s, E28s and E34s that were on my radar.
The beauty of automotive enthusiasm is its breadth. In ways that are nothing short of inspiring, the automotive world is able to offer a bit of something to everyone, no matter your vice. One segment we often admire from afar is the community of lowriders; rich in detail and thorough in their builds, the upper echelon of lowrider builds often outshine anything else they share the lot with.
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.