My Car Quest

September 24, 2021

Archives for September 2020

Shelby Mustang: We Go Back In Time (Last Saturday) and Visit the Shelby GT350 Shop

A visit to the Original Venice Crew's 1965 Shelby GT350 shop. by Wallace Wyss - If we're old enough, we all like to think we'd like to go back 50 years or so to a job we liked. Well, I kind of know what they are talking about at this car … [Read more...]

Another Lost Prototype: 1975 Opel GT-W Génève

by Wallace Wyss - I am going out on a limb here and saying if the 1975 Opel GT-W Génève did not have an engine and transmission it was just a rolling mockup, one step up from a clay model, so not a real prototype engineering wise. There's a … [Read more...]

What Happens After A First DUI?

Any type of criminal charge can be a harrowing and unsettling affair; it can feel like the walls are closing in and you don’t know what to do next. A DUI charge might not seem as bad as more serious crimes, but it is still very serious. That is … [Read more...]

Editorial: The Internal Combustion Vehicle Ban Looms

Two US state Governors want to ban sales of new internal combustion cars by 2030 and 2035. by Wallace Wyss - I thought it was California's self-aggrandising governor Gavin Newsom who first proposed banning new gasoline powered cars by the … [Read more...]

Move Over Ferrari – Maserati’s MC20 Is Here

by Wallace Wyss - I remember back in the Fifties when a Maserati race car was considered equal to Ferrari. But Maserati fell upon hard times when Ferrari kept chugging along. At least when DeTomaso owned it, they came out with two mid-engined … [Read more...]

Radnor Hunt Garden Party

Text and Photos by Don Meluzio - I have written articles about the Radnor Hunt Concours before. This year like so many Concours, Radnor Hunt was cancelled. The organizers decided to have a little get together for some of the most loyal … [Read more...]