Posts tagged with ‘Mike Burroughs’


“Better late than never,” they seem to say. It’s been more than a year since my latest project made its debut with H&R Springs, center stage, at SEMA 2018. After a blisteringly-fast 6-month build, I turned up the day of roll in, excited to show the world what I had been working on through the summer and fall months of the year.

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In 1987, Car and Driver Magazine set out to find the fastest street car in America. In that same year, the Ferrari F40 proved to be the first-ever production car to break the 200mph barrier; however, urban legends told of street machines that could hang and  beat it. It was at the dawn of the horsepower wars, and the exchange rate of 500 ponies in 1987 is as daunting as 1,000 in 2020.

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Since the latest StanceWorks project made its debut, we’ve been waiting for the chance to share it in best Hoonigan fashion possible: an episode of Build Biology. As the Hoonigan crew puts it: “We’ve been following our friend Mike Burroughs’ builds for years, from Rusty Slammington to his previous Model A project. But this – this is some next level work. Mike’s 2018 SEMA build is a Ford Model A based, supercharged, Coyote Powered monster of a pickup truck.

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“I’ll never sell it.” It’s something many of us have said about one car or another, and typically, it doesn’t hold true and we search for where to sell my damaged car. I can’t begin to count the number of StanceWorks feature cars that have been described as “forever cars” by their owners, insistent that their pride and joy will never be for sale, only to be listed within a month following its internet debut.

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Over the past decade or more, we’ve amassed a lot of photos, and with that a lot of photo sets. Andrew and I have shot a little bit of what feels like “everything under the sun,” but only on occasion do we turn the cameras towards creations of our own. Today, while perusing the StanceWorks archives, I encountered the final photoshoot of the StanceWorks E9.

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