Wet weather always makes for an interesting race and round 4 of the 2013 MotoGP season was no exception. Hit the jump for more about the race at the famed alternate Le Mans course.
It’s the fifth Friday of the month so that can mean only one thing – it’s time to load up and head down to White Hall, Illinois to see what the guys of the White Hall Drag-O-Way are up to. Every month with five Fridays there is a get together in town. It’s relaxed, fun, …View full post
Chevy Impalas will always have a spot in my heart because my grandfather always used to drive them. So when I see a really well done Impala, I have to check it out. This 1966 Impala is a real head turner. It always seems when I get to a show there is one car I …View full post
The Got Faith show in Jerseyville Illinois has been the gift that keeps on giving for Infinite-Garage because I had such great access to the cars. It is rare at a show where you get wide open spaces to capture every angle possible and “get all the good shots” but it all seemed to work …View full post
The fall foilage is turning colors, the weather is getting a bit crisp, and the hills of West Central Illinois are filled with the sound of roaring V8s. It must be time for the White Hall Drag-O-Way Fun Cruise. This season’s cruise started in White Hall, Illinois, headed up to Winchester, then went over to …View full post
Ford Hot Rods aren’t exactly rare these days but that doesn’t mean they aren’t cool. This one in particular has caught my eye at various shows and events. It’s so clean and detailed yet it still gets driven which is something we always love to see. Cream is the theme for this rod with custom …View full post
In the sleepy little town of Fulton, Missouri lies one of the nicest car collections in the state. William Backer was a potato chip maker and a car enthusiast. Over the years he accumulated quite the collection of cars. The museum rotates the cars through out various times of the year and as it turns …View full post
I thought today might be a good time to do a best of post if you will. We probably see more Camaros then any car in our adventures attending shows and events. Mustangs are a close second, they may actually be first but I’ll do those another day. So today is all about Camaros, new …View full post
Have you ever wanted a life-size F1 simulator? Yeah, me too. Well today that dream is a little bit closer to reality with the news that Costco will be offering them. Unfortunately, they’re only available in the UK with a price tag of $136,000.
You’ll get a cockpit, brakes, tires, and three LCD screens powered by an Intel I7 processor. It appears these will not be sold in stores. Those wanting to purchase one will have to buy it and then wait 12-18 weeks for delivery. When IG moves into it’s new office (and wins the lotto), we’ll have to consider one of these for the lobby.
With 300 cars at the show it’s no surprise I have a lot of material to post. I’m sure you guys won’t mind if I continue to do so. The weather for the show was great; as were the cars. In this piece we’ll take a look at a few convertibles like the sweet Dodge Dart pictured below, and a little something we don’t feature very often: the Nissan 350z. Also included are a few Fords, and a Shelby.
With the good weather finally here in the Midwest Infinite Garage finally can be what I’ve hoped it would be for a very long time. That is a place for all of you to come and see a great variety of cars that we are fortunate enough to shoot in our travels. I hope everyone is enjoying seeing all the cars as much as we are shooting them. With the rain gone at least for now our schedule is filling up which should mean the goods keep coming.
Of course we will also continue to bring you the latest new from the car world as well as race recaps which have grown quite popular here on the site. Probably because our own Renowrench has done such an awesome job covering the events.
The hi impact colors that Mopar released it’s muscle and pony cars with in the 1960s and 1970s are a thing of legend. With awesome names like Plum Crazy, Sublime, Sassy Grass and of course Panther Pink how could you not love them? Unfortunately Dodge these days has lost it’s sense of humor, or sure every year there is some new special edition high impact color but since most of America just wants what I call “suburbia silver” and “boring ass bronze” on their cars these days Dodge has largely quelled the awesomeness that is the high impact color. Fortunately for those of us who don’t take our selves too seriously the Mopar collectors of the world have kept these gems of a by gone era in pristine condition for a new generation of car guy to see.
A few very brave souls ordered their Mopar muscle in Panther Pink. Like this Challenger. Ok, this Challenger was not Panther Pink from the factory but as a tribute to the Panther Pink cars this owner decided to restore his beautiful Challenger in Panther Pink. It takes some seriously huge balls to paint your car pink.