My Car Quest

March 30, 2017

The Four Rotor Wankel Chevy Corvette Fib

Wherein our contributing historian is surprised to find a fib still being perpetuated... by Wallace Wyss - History is, well, history. Until it’s bent for nefarious reasons. The Wankel Chevy Corvette is one of those stories. I … [Read more...]

The Rolls Royce Camargue

When Rolls went hat-in-hand to the Italians by Wallace Wyss - You would think that Rolls Royce, being rather stodgy in the '60s, was doing the right thing to go to an Italian design house for a body style in the ‘70s (the Rolls Royce … [Read more...]

Ferrari Builds A One-Off 275GTB Tribute Car With Pininfarina’s Help

by Wallace Wyss - Ferrari has always built special models for special customers. But they formalized it a few years back by starting a special group to build cars to order. For this latest one they called back a one time dominant … [Read more...]

The 1999 Bentley Continental SC Is A Future Collector Car

Why is it collectable, you may ask? Because it’s a true Sedanca…. by Wallace Wyss - To a guy like me, from Detroit, who didn’t see Bentleys and Rollers until I came out to the West Coast in the ‘70s, I’m old school. I like the … [Read more...]

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...]

The 2008 Rolls Royce Hyperion

by Wallace Wyss - Don’t fret, you can still order your next Rolls with your own body design Back in 2008, I saw something at Pebble Beach I didn’t think I would see anymore—a coachbuilt Rolls Royce. A new coachbuilt Rolls Royce, not … [Read more...]

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