My Car Quest

October 20, 2021

Archives for October 2014

What’s Great About Goodwood

by Wallace Wyss Bearing in mind, I haven’t been to the Goodwood Revival, and you must know that I am a staunch Anglophile, ever since I first set sail for the Olde Sod more than half a century ago. I consider myself to be fairly steeped in all … [Read more...]

A New Book About Porsche Is A Pleasant Surprise

Book Review by Wallace Wyss - "Porsche Unexpected: Discoveries in Collecting" by Randy Leffingwell, Cameron Ingram and Michael Furman This book surprised me, and, as an author who has read many books, and written a few, I am usually not … [Read more...]

Stolen And Still Missing

by Mike - Ed Adams had his prized custom car stolen from his home this past Thursday in Oakland, California. If anyone in the area saw anything contact Ed at the email address edoneadams@aol.com Below is his message from an email blast and … [Read more...]

Why Collector Cars Are Valued And Why The Wealthy Will Always Want Them

by Raffi Minasian - There is no turning back. The collector car market has changed. Collector cars, formerly residing in the joyful and slow-paced purchase via rumination have become rapidly vaulted into wealthy investor portfolios and there is … [Read more...]

Is The Car Collecting Culture Becoming More Like The Art Collecting Business?

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Design Opinion – The New Ferrari F60 America

by Wallace Wyss Well, the good news it is a V12. And it’s a color besides red. The bad news is that the new F60 America is a pastiche of different design sub-themes, all conglomerated together on one car for a “quick sale.” It reminds you of … [Read more...]