My Car Quest

September 24, 2021

Archives for November 2019

New Product: Tesla Cybertruck

At last the wooden doorstop inspires a car company…. by Wallace Wyss - Tesla CEO Elon Musk prides himself on being ahead of the curve. I think he’s not the first to announce an electric pickup truck (Rivian showed one last year at the LA … [Read more...]

Illegal Car Customizations – Why They Could Get You In Trouble

One of the best things about buying and owning a car is being able to customize it to suit you. There are tons of aftermarket parts, both for aesthetics and for performance, that you can choose to buy and install on your car. You can tweak your car … [Read more...]

Happy Thanksgiving

by Mike Gulett - Today is the ninth anniversary of My Car Quest and this is the 2,099th post (211 since last Thanksgiving). There have been more but I have deleted a few. Thank you all for reading, contributing, donating, commenting and making … [Read more...]

Ferrari Nomenclature

by Mike Gulett - The introduction of the new Ferrari Roma (and previously the Portofino) caused me to think about Ferrari model names for their street cars. The model name Roma is unusual for Ferrari, only the name of a city, although an … [Read more...]

The Lexus LC500 Convertible Recalls Another Era

Yet it's futuristic too... by Wallace Wyss - Yah, I know, cloth top convertibles seem so 60-ish. Weren't hardtop convertibles once all the rage? But Lexus, in their convertible version of the LC500 coupe, chose to have an old fashioned fabric … [Read more...]

Does the All-Electric Mustang Mach-E Betray the Brand?

by Wallace Wyss - Let’s face it, for the last half century the Mustang has been the sports car for the family man who, because of wife and kids, couldn’t have a true two seater. And now Ford is bring out a sort of SUV with the Mustang name, … [Read more...]