My Car Quest

August 18, 2017

Riverside International Automobile Museum: The Selling Of A Museum

by Anonymous - Back in 2006, Ray Magnon and his son, Doug Magnon, were two racing enthusiasts credited with founding the Riverside International Automotive Museum. Originally, Doug being a Maserati collector, his goal was to have the largest … [Read more...]

1979 Maserati Kyalami For Sale

by Mike - Named for the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit in South Africa where a Maserati powered Cooper T81 driven by Pedro Rodríguez won the Grand Prix in 1967. Derived from the De Tomaso Longchamp (after De Tomaso had acquired Maserati) but much … [Read more...]

1972 Maserati Mexico For Sale

by Mike - Introduced at the 1966 Paris motor show and designed by Virginio Vairo at Vignale, the Maserati Mexico is a beautiful GT that carries four people in elegance and style. The name, Mexico, was chosen because the prototype, was once owned … [Read more...]

The Maserati Boomerang: Who says Boomerangs Don’t Come Back?

by Wallace Wyss - When Giorgetto Giugiaro cut himself adrift from Ghia Carrozzeria he put himself under a lot of pressure. He had to come up with something dramatic to put in auto shows to get the work flowing in. Fortunately, from his … [Read more...]

Why The Big Difference In Value Between The Maserati Bora and The Iso Grifo?

by Mike -  At the Palo Alto Concours d'Elegance a few years ago a beautiful green 1973 Maserati Bora was parked next to a beautiful red 1974 Iso Grifo Series 2. It started me thinking about why there is such a large gap in … [Read more...]

A Dirty 1962 Maserati 3500 GTi Spider At Auction

by Mike - If the car is dirty and photographed in the middle of a dirt field then it is likely a special 'barn find' or 'garage find' at an upcoming auction. This Maserati 3500 GTi Spider has the "patina" that many auction companies love, … [Read more...]

Find us on Google+