Unless you’re new to the StanceWorks homepage, chances are you’ve heard of Riley Stair. Aside form being one of StanceWorks’s closest friends and supporters, he’s also responsible for a number of notable builds, most of which have earned screen time here on the S|W homepage. There was 2015’s most popular StanceWorks feature, his LS6-powered Datsun 260Z, and there was his Cummins-powered ’49 Chevy 3100 pickup, built as a project between him and his father.
At the beginning of the year, the StanceWorks Model A was sold to Koen Lauwereys from Evergem, Belgium. It took a staggering six months to ship and move the truck through customs, but it seems the Model A is now in good hands with an enthusiastic owner. Mike Crawat, a friend and fellow photographer, took some time to shoot some images and a short video, and we’re excited to see the hot rod still burning rubber.
It’s been a habit of mine, among many others, to get lost on the pages of Google, Wikipedia, and RacingSportsCars.com, enjoying the hidden gems of racing history scattered across the web. The first time I came across Dinan’s 540i, I was immediately captivated – something about its stature left a lasting image in my mind.