My Car Quest

April 30, 2017

Tom Goes For A Ride In A Mangusta

by Mike - Dick Ruzzin's new book, Bella Mangusta, The Italian Art and Design of the De Tomaso Mangusta is available now at this link - click here.   The book is designed to appeal to automobile enthusiasts of all kinds as … [Read more...]

For Sale – Ford GT40 Group 4 (1966) or De Tomaso Mangusta ZF-Synchroma Gearbox

For Sale Genuine 1966 Ford GT40 Group 4 or early De Tomaso Mangusta ZF-Synchroma 5 DS-25 5-Speed Gearbox 1st: 2.23/1 2nd: 1.61/1 3rd: 1.21//1 4th: 0.96/1 5th: 0.81/1 Reverse 2.36/1 Final Drive 4.22/1 EXCELLENT … [Read more...]

Is The Collector Car Of Your Dreams Out Of Reach Now?

by Mike - Collector car prices have increased significantly over the past few years and maybe the object of your desire is out of reach now - unless you were lucky enough to acquire it before the price increases. Unfortunately many of us did … [Read more...]

Wally’s Favorite Concepts: The Ford Mach 2 – Did It Survive?

by Wallace Wyss - Back in 1964, Ford announced the mid-engined low slung race car, the GT40, and though its primary purpose was to win LeMans (which it did in 1966) the attempt to make a road car version was a flop. Oh, a few were sold but they … [Read more...]

The Mystery Ghia Volkswagen by Karmann

by Wallace Wyss - As a former owner of a Volkswagen Karmann Ghia convertible, which to me was better than the Porsche Convertible D I owned, so I sold the Porsche, (big mistake appreciation wise, I’ll admit). I am always interested in the … [Read more...]

Ghia Serenissima Agena: Missing In Action?

by Wallace Wyss Well maybe it’s still there, in Venice, just not a car that’s out and about… If Count Volpi di Misurata of Italy is known for any car, it is the famous or should I say “infamous” Drogo-bodied “Breadvan”, a Ferrari bitsa built … [Read more...]

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