My Car Quest

February 19, 2019

The Petersen Automotive Museum To Feature Ferrari Cruise-In

by Wallace Wyss - In mid-February the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles will celebrate Ferrari again with a Cruise-In and Car Show on the upper level of the museum’s parking structure. A fitting honor considering that more Ferraris are … [Read more...]

Renault Show Car Surprisingly Exotic

by Wallace Wyss - Surprising to me. I don’t ordinarily look up Renaults, but accidentally came across this two seater electric coupe, called the ZOE which has 200 miles of range on a charge. It’s actually "old news" to those who follow the … [Read more...]

Search For A Dream Car Ends – 1966 Serenissima Spyder

It was in Count Volpi's garage the whole time...for at least the last 51 years. by Wallace Wyss - Please indulge me, dear reader, in a bit of reminiscing. Occasionally I’ll see a picture of a car that sticks in my memory. I am, I must … [Read more...]

Sports Car Fashion: Art On Leather

Wherein A Portraitist of Cars describes Ralph Lauren as inspirational. by Angelita Castenada - Wallace Wyss, an accomplished fine artist and frequent contributor to My Car Quest, says Ralph Lauren is an inspiration to car people. … [Read more...]

Collectible Classic: 1964-1966 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

The Appeal of the Flat Deck ‘Bird Convertible. by Wallace Wyss - Now one would think for a guy who can throw into conversation things like Zagato Carrozzeria and Thupp and Maberly that I am all about furrin’ cars and furrin’ cars only. … [Read more...]

Ghia Serenissima Agena: Missing In Action? (Not Anymore)

Three years ago yesterday I published this story from Wallace Wyss about an Italian GT one-off designed by American Tom Tjaarda. Now Wallace is happy to report the car has been found and is coming up for auction at the Artcurial auction on February 8 … [Read more...]

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