Photography by Mike Crawat
It’s clear, by any measure, that the Porsche 911 carries a distinctive draw; car enthusiasts of all walks have found themselves enamored by its truly one-of-a-kind looks, characteristics, and drivability. After all, even I will say, it is the definitive sports car of sports cars. Alex von Ostrowski shares a similar level of enthusiasm: following a hiatus from cars as a whole, it was the 911 that brought him back into the fray.
Carl Taylor has made a name for himself, and it’s one synonymous with some of the most vibrant, boldest builds out there, Stateside or not. He’s no stranger to the StanceWorks homepage, nor seemingly any other blog or magazine, and with good reason. His cars have set a benchmark for style and vivaciousness, pairing bright colors and custom wheels with unique parts and the Players style he’s come to be known for.
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.
Mike Koziel was present to capture the RWB Atlanta Porsche 964 on its trip from Las Vegas to Los Angeles following SEMA 2015. Check out some stunning visuals of a stunning car, featuring the all-new Rotiform HUR.
Photos by Anthony Anderson – @ayoandrsn on social media.
For several years in a row now, we’ve taken a Saturday out of August to join our friends, Carl Taylor and Jay McToldridge of Players in the UK, as they host one of the best local shows of the year: Played Out. Our friends at Rotiform join in to play host of the show, which takes place in the small beachfront parking lot of Don the Beachcomber, one of Sunset Beach’s best places for food and drinks.