In our opinion, the car scene has never been as diverse as it currently us. You can even pin point it down to a specific genre of the car scene such as this stance thing we’re all into and you’ll see a ton of different styles. From big sedans on polished wheels, to slammed station..
It’s 2021 and it’s time to move on from the now 20+ year old LS400’s (UCF20/21 Celsiors) onto something a little more modern, like the LS460 at least. Right? WRONG! There is a reason the UCF chassis is showing no signs of slowing down in the VIP world. Damn near timeless body style, one of..
Hydraulics, small diameter wheels, smoothed engine bay. We’re obviously talking about a vintage car build here. Lowrider? Custom? Hot rod? Interesting enough, you could probably call it all three. But, we aren’t taking a look at the most traditional representation of any of these here. Well, not what most of our US readers would see..
Last year was hell of a year but despite all the negativity & craziness we were all exposed to, we are very fortunate to still live another year. As far as StanceNation goes, nothing is certain in 2021. We would LOVE to host events around the world like we are used to but at the..
Figured we would wrap 2020 with some more epic content coming out of Japan. StanceNation’s very own event to be exact. Today we’ll be taking a look at some shots taken by Ryo Kato who managed to get close to 200 shots himself. As usual, we’ll break it up into 2 different parts with the..
As mentioned in Part 1 of our Gunma event coverage, 2020 was our first time hosting an event in this side of Japan. Gunma prefecture is relatively close to Tokyo so we were expecting a few of the usual cars to make the drive over which is always nice. Come event day, we found out..
If you are car enthusiasts like us, we are probably in agreeance that this year absolutely sucked. Being able to enjoy the event/show/gathering side of the car scene was definitely something we all took for granted. It seemed like there was a big car event every weekend, at least out here in California. For someone..
We didn’t think this day would ever come, but we were fortunate enough to finally be able to host our very first event of 2020. The unfortunate thing (for Americans, at least) is that the event was held far far away. You guessed it, Japan. Where in Japan you ask? Yamaguchi prefecture! Covid-19 restrictions (as..
We didn’t think we would have a second set of photos of this event, but our talented photographer Ryo Kato came through at the last minute and sent us 100’s of incredible photos that we know you all will love. As always, you can click here to view the first part of the coverage. Everything..
Another year, another Fenderist Japan event in the books. And just like last year, this year brought nothing but quality cars out from all over Japan. Before you get distracted make sure to click here to check out our previous years coverage of this event! For those who are curious to learn more about the..