My Car Quest

May 26, 2019

Sports Cars and Classic Cars Blog

The Collector Car Market Can Be Inefficient Sometimes

by Mike Gulett - Classic car dealers and auction companies can play a valuable role in bringing together willing sellers and buyers as long as the seller and buyer are comfortable paying the required fees. There are cases of collector car … [Read more...]

Event Report: The 7th Annual Shelby Tribute

Gardena, CA May 5, 2019 Text and photos by Wallace Wyss - I hafta say that, having been somewhat around Shelby American back in the day (first visit 1965) I remember what it was like then. And it’s the same now, enthusiasm for the cars … [Read more...]

Mr. Cool Guy, John Z. DeLorean

by Wallace Wyss - I believe in the personality cult of the auto industry. If you have a dynamic leader, one who fires on all cylinders so to speak, you can make automotive history. John Z. DeLorean, was one of these human dynamos. When … [Read more...]

Barn Find: Yes It Is A Real Ford GT40

No kidding, except it was found in a garage... by Wallace Wyss - When I was in the Shelby club, back in the ‘70s, which met at Galpin Ford in the San Fernando Valley, one of the club members was a fireman who had come across the car when the … [Read more...]

1956 Chrysler – A Great Style

by Mike Gulett - In 1955 all Chrysler cars were redesigned by Virgil Exner and Chrysler introduced the C300, which was a great idea as can be seen in the photos below. The Windsor was the top of the line for Chrysler in the years 1951 through the … [Read more...]

The Ten Most Innovative Italian Cars Of All Time

By Mike – The following article has been translated from Italian and was first published on Auto Classiche. This is a summary of the ten models that changed the Italian car scene and ultimately the world car scene. These cars introduced … [Read more...]