Photography by Miller Roberts and Kevin Trower
John Hall comes out swinging – “The only “factory” panels left on my WRX are the front doors, and I guess the roof if you want to count that.” For those of us that aren’t comfortably familiar with Subaru’s lineup, such a claim may not be immediately obvious, but that’s exactly what John wants. However, for those in-the-know, the subtleties of John’s build speak volumes. His sedan-bodied wagon leaves almost no bolt left unturned.
The World Wide Web is constantly advancing with each passing day and it has had a massive effect on the way the automotive world interacts. The technological advancements have drastically changed the exposure that cars receive as they are shared throughout forum threads, blogs, and fan pages. Where cars were once unveiled at the long-awaited shows each year, we now enjoy the instant gratification that the internet offers.
Photos by Jim Davis and Dan Purpura
In America, automobile ownership is, for all but a few, a necessity. It serves as transportation to work, to the store, to school, and of course, a means to return home after every outing. Even enthusiasts have a need for some reliable means to get to work without breaking down.
Hold up, hold up, hold up….
An S2000 on CCWs and a stickerbombed spraycanned WRX with Rotas? On MY StanceWorks?!
Well guess what, they’re the Kings of Miami, and they’re doin’ it right.
Alright, so they’re not from Miami. They don’t live there either. They’re actually from Orlando, but that’s not really the point.
I’ve done a lot of traveling in the past two years, almost all of which has been in the name of StanceWorks.