My Car Quest

July 20, 2017

Archives for March 2017

The Corvette From Wisconsin (Via Italy)

by Wallace Wyss - Maybe one of the worst things you can do when you are a designer, working in harness for a famous designer, is to develop your own design and premiere it. It’s like saying “I’m better than my boss.” And yet I remember … [Read more...]

The Citroën DS Is A Unique Car

by Mike - The Citroën DS has an aerodynamic, futuristic body style and uses interesting, innovative technology. The Citroën DS set new standards in ride quality, handling, and braking and was the first production car with disc brakes. It has … [Read more...]

The Four Rotor Wankel Chevy Corvette Fib

Wherein our contributing historian is surprised to find a fib still being perpetuated... by Wallace Wyss - History is, well, history. Until it’s bent for nefarious reasons. The Wankel Chevy Corvette is one of those stories. I … [Read more...]

Collector Motorcycles Are Becoming Even More Collectable

by Mike - For many motorcycle enthusiasts, the greatest thrill comes from riding their bikes on a regular basis. However, there are more and more people who not only love to ride, but who also acquire collector motorcycles - rare and unique … [Read more...]

From the White House to Soccer Practice: A History of the Suburban

by Jerry Langton - It seems like the Chevy Suburban has been around forever. In automotive terms, it has. The Chevy Suburban has, in one form or another, been around since 1934, and is the longest-running automotive nameplate in history. It’s … [Read more...]

The Driveway Porsche 911

by Wallace Wyss - I see it every time I go to my favorite bookstore. It’s a Porsche. Says “911 Carrera” on it but hey, I know badges can be bought and it could be a lowly 912 dolled up to look like the then top-of-the-line model. It … [Read more...]

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