There is nothing that gets the car community frothing more than Stance. To some, just the idea of lowering a car to within three millimetres of the ground is asking for a hard life. To others, it’s a way of life. And then there’s chavs.
But stance, when done properly, can be utterly wonderful. Here’s why:
Stance improves the aesthetic qualities of a car. It just does.
The problem with cars is that, with the odd exception, there’s more than one of them about. This isn’t usually a huge problem, but when you’re trying to stick out from the crowd, it sort of is at times. Nobody’s going to care about your car when it’s parked alongside half a dozen that look exactly the same.
Stance changes that. Suddenly, you’re lower than everyone else. Suddenly, your wheels stick out a bit further, or, if you go a bit mental, become a tripping hazard. Suddenly, people will realise that you actually take pride in your car and really car about the image it sends to others.
Stance can, if done right, can work on pretty much any car in the world. There, I said it…
Whether it’s a small European hatchback, a Japanese sports car or an American muscle car, Stance has the potential to really work. Even on somthing as simple as a van or a pickup truck.
What this means is that you more than likely won’t ever see the same thing twice. Even if it is the same car, it will almost definitely have it’s own…….flare to it. And that can only be a good thing, right?
Stance culture is one of the strongest around.
Since it is widely spread all over the globe, it’s enthusiasts all tend to stick together. You might think that this would make them suspicious of outsiders, but not really. These people are some of the nicest about. The car community is always pretty welcoming to others, but stance especially so.
Nobody is ever left out. There will always be someone who has a similar taste or style to you.
See what I mean?
Comment down below any of your favourite Stanced cars that are out there.