My Car Quest

June 18, 2018

I Want A New Drug

by Mike - Some of my friends were surprised when I sold my Bizzarrini GT 5300 and two Iso Grifos over the past few years and bought a Lamborghini Espada. I also have had Aston Martins, Porsche 911s, Ferraris, Alfa Romeo, Bentleys and other … [Read more...]

Tom Wolfe: RIP – A Great American Writer

by Wallace Wyss - Tom Wolfe died, at age 88, a few days ago. He will be remembered in car collecting circles for his lively writing about cars, though cars were actually never his main interest; I would say it was art. He was a Yale … [Read more...]

The Nissan Silvia CSP311 Sports Car

by Mike - In a comment on my sentimental things from the past post, Wayne Watkins from Australia mentioned his Nissan Silvia CSP311. What is a Nissan Silvia CSP311 you ask? That was my question too. Wayne sent in some photos of his Nissan Silvia … [Read more...]

The Market: What Should Cadillac Do Now?

Cadillac let go their Euro luxury car expert; so what now? by Wallace Wyss - I have always been a fan of the western movies where the stranger shows up in town and shakes things up. So I had big hopes four years ago when a South … [Read more...]

The Chrysler Airflow – Ahead Of Its Time

by Mike - In 1934 Chrysler made a significant change to traditional car styling with the introduction of the Imperial Airflow model. The Airflow was the first full size car designed with aerodynamics in mind. Carl Breer, a Chrysler … [Read more...]

Extreme Car Art

Confessions of a Midnight Photoshopper by Richard Bartholomew - The term 'photoshopped' has come to mean 'any' photograph altered by a computer. I often tell people I never use photoshop and have never used it but I did make them on my … [Read more...]

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