After multiple meetings with both staff members and other car enthusiasts we have decided to expand our horizons beyond the normal car meets and car features people have become accustomed to seeing on every other blog in our culture. It’s time to expand, to show people sides of the car scene they haven’t seen, or maybe didn’t even know existed.
It’s alright folks don’t fret, we will continue you bring you the hottest features, and the latest meets from all over Southern California. Much like the photos used in this article from the Japanese Classic Car Meet a couple weeks ago we never got around to posting. However, we want to grow truer to the name behind the blog. We want to have more stories. More in-depth articles.
Starting next month we will also be bringing you coverage from track days, tournaments, and even a new style of features. From local tuning shops to some of the most prestigious companies associated with our sub-culture prepare to hear stories from every end of the automotive spectrum.
As we speak we are in the process of assembling solid lists of potential stories and coverage topics. We are more than interested in hearing from our readers with suggestions for new topics, businesses, or teams to cover in your area.
Our motto has always been “every build has a story”, but if you think about it, every new store, seasoned team, product manufacturer started somewhere. They all have there stories to tell, and we plan on providing an outlet for them to tell it. Stay tuned to Stance Stories for new features, coverage, and even some new faces around the skunkworks. If you’d like to contribute either with possible article ideas or if your a business owner. You can email us at our email address (email@example.com), or message us via our Facebook fan page, (www.facebook.com/stancestories).
- Story by Aleksey Royt
- Photos by Jordan Adkins
- Edited by Aleksey Royt