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BMW's recent unveiling of the E9 CSL Homage was met with mixed reviews, and the forward styling of the car has left fans of the marque debating its aesthetics ever since.
"Like a lot of kids, I grew up with Lamborghini die-casts and posters of hyper cars," Stephen Sayer tells me.
In our first StanceWorks Aesthetics, I documented the Porsche 917K, so it made sense to go back even further and explore the elegant lines that gave rise to the 917.
After making the pitch to the big wigs at BMW, it's a wonder if Herve Poulain ever fully realized how grand the Art Car Project would become.
Shark(Nose) Week continues here at StanceWorks, and with our 7th example out of the way, only one remains.
Of the 19 factory CSL race cars built, each one presents a story all its own, and each story contributes to a legacy few cars can rival.
In 2011, with the help of Jeremy Whittle, I stumbled across the find of a lifetime. Tucked away in a garage in central Georgia was a 1971 2800CS, sitting right where it was parked 4 years prior.
It seems that, somewhere along the way, many ex-racecar E9s wind up with wide Group 5 fenders dressed in white.
I remember the first time I saw Ron’s 1971 2800CS quite well. I was at the StanceWorks HQ, and having just finished up bolting on my newly acquired Work Meister S1s to my E38, I was feeling pretty jazzed.
Photography by Herb Allen It was nearly two years ago that word of Joe Rodriguez's creation came to our attention.
As Shark(Nose) Week begins, it's important to start with a bang. The E9 CSL's successes were pivotal in helping to define BMW's brand as a whole; without the devastatingly fast touring coupe, BMW's sport-luxury trademark approach to motoring would likely never have seen the success it has today.
They're out there. Swimming amidst the seas of tarmac and prowling through paddocks, the elusive creatures still stalk their unsuspecting prey.
Today, I released the fourth Lowly Gentlemen print in an ongoing series of artwork meant to introduce automotive passion to the world of interior decorating.
It seems rare that a Daily Grind update offers a chance to share so much, but a lot has happened at the StanceWorks HQ since our last report.
Last Summer, Michael Morelli's Lotus Elise found its way to the StanceWorks homepage; its rough-and-tumble demeanor, exclusive parts, and the widened arches made for a car that few could believe was built to be driven daily.
From function to form, BMW's Isetta microcar is undoubtedly one of the most unique vehicles in the brand's history.
On the far side of LA, Santo's Italian Car Service sits just south of the Granada Hills in Northridge, California.
Today, the team at Turn 10 Studios unveiled the latest installment in the Forza Motorsport franchise: Forza Motorsport 6.
In our newest segment, StanceWorks Aesthetics, we'll take a moment to focus on the details that add depth to the cars that inspire us.
In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the monumental win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, we present the latest StanceWorks desktop wallpaper: the McLaren F1 GTR chassis 17R.