My Car Quest

December 14, 2018

The Big Mystery: One Two Seat Cadillac Is Missing

Hey it’s out there. I know it in my bones… by Wallace Wyss - I used to read a lot of mystery stories. The ones that fascinate me most are when they take place not in plush places like Beverly Hills but out in “flyover territory” where … [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...]

Missing, Presumed Junked: Two Italian Cadillacs

by Wallace Wyss - When a Cadillac designed by Pinin Farina (before they were one name) came up at auction, Bonhams said it was one of four Italian Cadillac based styling exercises built by Pinin Farina between 1958 and 1961, but this author … [Read more...]

Driving Impression: 2017 Cadillac ATS V6

by Wallace Wyss - The Cadillac name is one emblazoned on my brain. When I was a kid, having a Cadillac was the ne plus ultra of career achievement. There weren’t many on my block that had one but, boy, when they first drove one home, the … [Read more...]

Geronimo’s Cadillac

by Mike - We do not expect to see a 19th century American Indian warrior dressed up in a top hat and vest sitting behind the wheel of a luxury car. Yet here is the Apache warrior Geronimo in just such a pose. The photograph below was staged … [Read more...]

Still Missing: The Pininfarina Cadillac Skylight Twins

by Wallace Wyss Cadillacs bodied in Italy in the Fifties? O.K. everyone knows there’s a two seater Cadillac by Pinin Farina (the company name was spelled as two words before 1959). One was driving around Beverly Hills in 1954, owned by a record … [Read more...]

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