It is our first time covering Status Seasonal here on StanceNation but we have a feeling that it won’t be the last. The event is relatively new (this was their 2nd year) though if you were to judge the event by the photos you’ll see below, you’d assume that Status Seasonal has been around for..
Less is more. We hear it all the time, but what does it really mean? It depends who you ask, but if you’re to ask us, we would tell you that this Benz & BMW dup fit the description better than anything else. The ability to bring out so much style out of a vehicle..
In this feature, we look at whats left of a 1969 Datsun 510. The 510’s initial release came with a ‘sporty’ 96hp, independent rear end and a four speed manual gearbox. The 510, also well known as a ‘Bluebird’, was designed for comfort but still accommodating to the needs of a “drivers car”. However, Wes,..
It’s been a few years since we covered Nagoya Auto Trend event! When the talented Hayato Tsuchiya reached out and asked us if we were interested in sharing his photos of the event we had to say yes! For those unfamiliar with the event, in terms of importance we would place it right after Osaka..
The WRX STI is just about the most versatile platform to come out of Japan in the last century. Whether it be rally, autocross or even a touch of time attack, the STI can do it all, and do it brilliantly. At the time, many of Kyle’s friends owned Evo’s brining on the hunt for..
Osaka is known to have an incredibly rich VIP car scene, but it doesn’t just stop there. Osaka’s Kanjo street racing history is unlike anywhere else on the planet. Though it’s not “as rich” as it once was, there is no denying that it still exists. We won’t get too much into side of the..
We absolutely love covering the Osaka Auto Messe event. As a matter of fact it used to be our favorite show in Japan (even better than Tokyo Auto Salon) for the simple fact that Osaka Auto Messe had a ton more “stance” in it. Not just any stance, but some of the finest VIP sedans..
From time to time, there comes a project car that absolutely nails the look that it’s trying to achieve. It’s not a thing that happens all of the time; it’s a special creation, something that requires all the stars aligning to create the magic that’s required for a true showstopper. I could go on and..
Tokyo Auto Salon should be on every car enthusiasts bucket list. It is the SEMA of Japan, except there are practically no lifted trucks in sight…or any of that other stuff that most of us stance guys are not into. What makes TAS so special is that most likely you will be able to see..
Another year, another Tokyo Auto Salon. As with SEMA, the new Toyota A90 Supra was the car that everyone was looking forward to and while there were plenty of cool ones in attendance, it was a little underwhelming. We won’t get too much into it because Tokyo Auto Salon had a lot more great things..