The event mostly highlights slammed builds, but there are some mad engine swaps as well.
If you're a car enthusiast who likes immaculately modified rides, then the Ultimate Stance 2023 car show might be the one for you. The event, which took place at the Telford International Centre in England, highlighted some super clean builds, ranging from slammed Euro and Japanese builds, to full-on race cars.
The event was documented in detail by the CAS TV YouTube channel. One of the main highlights is the delicious-looking BMW E36 convertible with a dark maroon paint job that shifts to violet depending on the lighting. Every detail on this car is impeccable, from the fitment of its multi-piece wheels to the engine bay. Amazingly, everything is tucked cleanly under the hood, effectively hiding wires.
There's also a classic BMW 2002 with a gleaming blue paint job. The front end is fully modified with a slightly modernized look, but the execution of its low-to-the-ground stance and widebody kit is just sublime. The builder also stuffed in a V8 from an E39 5 Series, a fuel cell, and quad exhausts. Like the first car, this one was cleanly done - except maybe for the LEDs in the engine bay.
A clean-looking Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI race car also graced the event, wearing body kits prepared to kick butt in a competition. It gets a stripped-out interior, functional carbon fiber aero bits, a roll cage, and a removable steering wheel.
Then, there's the familiar rotary-powered Chevrolet Corvette by Axel Pedro Hildrebrand - an insane 700-horsepower three-rotor Corvette C6 we previously saw in action. We didn't hear it sing the song of its people in the video, but we got to see again the amazing craftsmanship behind its carbo-kevlar panels.
Lastly is a gorgeous BMW E21 gr.2 Group 5-spec car. This ride belongs to Paul Foster, who built it in its home garage. The vehicle is intended as a hill climb contender, equipped with a massive rear wing, huge fender flares, and a V8 engine paired with a Cosworth T5 transmission and a Quaife ATB limited slip differential.
Those are some highlights, but we saw other interesting cars, such as a wide Lamborghini Murcielago - similar to Liberty Walk's Murcielago drift machine - and a stanced Ford Escort RST. Some may not like the negative camber for the Escort, but like the others, it was also a clean example with a tasteful amount of mods.