“Ford Sierra.” Without the Cosworth name attached, it doesn’t tend to bring about much excitement. In fact, the car failed to bring about much excitement throughout its entire life, even in the beginning. Announced at the British International Motor Show in 1982 as a replacement for the famed Ford Cortina, the Sierra was met with mixed reviews.
While it’d be nice to say most of our job here at StanceWorks revolves around time spent behind the camera and underneath cars, the reality of it is that a majority of it takes place right here, behind the desk. Between the photo editing and writing, as well as design work and website management, Andrew and I find that a decent portion of our work is introspective, focused on the job at hand, and the content we create.
For many of us, finding a car is a pivotal moment in any build. For us, it represents a turn from dreams to reality, and represents a culmination of ideas coming to fruition in its earliest stages. There’s always a long road ahead in seeing a build to completion, but it’s a special moment of commencement for any enthusiast. Some folks, like Lawrence Lee on the other hand, are simply born into it.
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.
Each month, our friends at H&R Springs release a new wallpaper, featuring the latest and greatest from the H&R collection. This month, they’ve honored our Project Focus RS with its own wallpaper/calendar, and fittingly, we’re sharing with you. Simply right-click and save-as, or head to hrsprings.