Welcome back to Part 2 of the Infamous coverage. We’ll start out with some serious stance by Andy, laying it all out on the floor with some serious poke. Boom. Check out that photography stance! Hella calves with mad vein poke. Prepare to see a bunch of 350z’s and G35’s,
What better way to spend the last week of summer vacation than the happiest WORLD on earth! Along with hanging with Mickey and Minnie it’s always a trip to me to see what other places look like. Orlando is flat, lush, green, and swampy. Not to mention hot and humid
Here’s some desktop images for you guys to add to your cpu’s and tablets. iPhone backgrounds coming soon!
I recently took a short vacation to the East Coast staying for a couple days in Boston and then heading out to Maine for a family reunion. Boston was a good time and seeing the rich history of the city and culture were things I’ve experienced before so having the
In 1978 Mazda released the series 1 generation of the RX7. Little did they know that they had just started something bigger than they could ever imagine. This was the car that saved Mazda, and transformed the public image of Japanese cars from cheap bargain boxes, to builders of quality affordable
[youtube]http://youtu.be/8mmd_eHYmMY[/youtube] From time to time videos or stories tend to pop up reminding me why I have a strong passion for cars of all makes and models. AccuAir Suspension and Eddie Padilla’s 1953 Chevrolet documentary video did just that. A story that captures the true
I finally finished going through thousands of photos from this last weekend. Since there are so many photos, this coverage will be split up into two posts. The day started out bright and sunny on the beautiful side of Long Beach. With the cool beach weather and hella flush cars,