My Car Quest

October 21, 2017

Are Car Enthusiasts A Dying Breed?

by Rachael Everly - Car enthusiasts are slowing becoming extinct. And it's mainly because our environment conscious younger generation is slowly moving away from wanting to purchase a car. For every American, a good-looking car has been a … [Read more...]

One Of The Biggest Antique Car Meets Is This Weekend In Pennsylvania

by Scott Huntington - If it’s too early for you to begin Halloween decorations, you can pass the time this weekend at the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Eastern Division National Fall Meet. 2017 marks the 63rd year of this event, … [Read more...]

Art On Denim

The perfect thing to wear to a Cars & Coffee.... by Angelita Castenada - Wallace Wyss, a frequent My Car Quest columnist, and also an accomplished fine artist (he prefers to describe himself by the French term for self taught artists, … [Read more...]

Should We Worry About Hacking Of Autonomous Cars?

by Scott Huntington - Self-driving, autonomous cars are the wave of the future — the perfect example of science fiction becoming science fact. Technology giants like Google and Tesla have been leading the way, producing either completely … [Read more...]

A Ferrari Hot Rod – The Gatto – Custom Coachwork At Its Best

by Mike - What motivates someone to design and then build, or have built, a fully custom car like the Strale Daytona 6000GT Prototype (Iso Daytona)? Or the 1933 Ford Roadster Like No Other? Whatever the motivation is I like it and it … [Read more...]

BMW M1 Race Car

by Mike - Styled by Giorgetto Giugiaro and originally planned to be made by Lamborghini for BMW (unfortunately those plans fell through). The BMW M1 was made from 1978 to 1981 and is the first mass-produced mid-engined BMW with only 453 being … [Read more...]

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