My Car Quest

December 15, 2018

The Bespoke Ferrari Station Wagon: Forever Wandering The Earth, Will It Ever Find Love?

by Wallace Wyss - Some new to Ferraris think the FF was the first "station wagon" shape applied to a Ferrari. By the factory, yes, but there's been others by other coachbuilders. One I recall is back in the Sixties, there was a perfectly good … [Read more...]

Interesting Sales At The Classic Car Auctions in Arizona

by Mike - We are in a period of pause for the collector car world, I believe, which is not bad. Here are some of my thoughts on what I think are interesting results from the recent classic car auctions in Arizona. RM … [Read more...]

Car Of The Day – Alfa Romeo Montreal At Auction

by Mike - Produced from 1970 to 1977 the beautiful little Alfa Romeo Montreal was not imported to North America even though the model is named after a city in Canada. The design was introduced in Montreal as a concept car and the name, Montreal, … [Read more...]

The Reventlow (And Shelby) Transporter Is Up For Auction Along With Two Scarab F1 Cars

by Mike - Two Lance Reventlow Scarab Formula One racing cars and the Reventlow Automobiles Inc.’s Fiat-Bartoletti transporter will be up for auction at the Bonham's Goodwood Revival Sale on September 12, 2015. This transporter was last … [Read more...]

I Thought The Dirt As Patina Sales Fad Was History, Then I Saw This

by Mike - I thought I had observed a trend away from the "dirt is patina" sales strategy for collector cars since last year in Monterey when Bonhams sold a very dirty Jaguar at a loss for the seller. I wrote in September 2014, Selling … [Read more...]

The Arizona Auctions Kick Off The 2015 Collector Car Market Year

by Mike - The beginning of the 2015 classic car auction season was this past weekend in Arizona with the major auction companies recording record numbers totaling $270 million USD in sales. This does not include results from Silver and Russo and … [Read more...]

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