My Car Quest

May 8, 2021

A Ford Roadster Hot Rod Like No Other

by Mike Gulett - Walking around a Concours event one can see the most unusual sites. Take this Ferrari powered Ford Hot Rod for example that was on display at the Carmel Concours on the Avenue in 2014. I have seen one other Ferrari powered … [Read more...]

Editorial: Is This Ferrari Political Poison?

by Wallace Wyss - Now it happens the Pininfarina designed Ferrari 275GTB is one of my all time favorite Ferraris (not for its brakes but its looks). I've painted portraits of several of them. But there's one I wouldn't want to own because of a … [Read more...]

This Porsche 935 Made Racing History

by Mike Gulett -  This 1979 Porsche 935 K3 was built and raced by Kremer Racing of Cologne, Germany. It is special because it won the 1979 24 Hours of Le Mans outright. It was the overall winner beating the faster pure sports car racing … [Read more...]

Classic Art On Wheels: Remembering History – The 1963 Ferrari 250P

Would you believe that I once rode in one being used as a street car? by Wallace Wyss - Ferrari built the 250P (prototype) to compete in the newly created prototype class of the World Sportscar Championship. He had resisted going mid-engine in … [Read more...]

Editorial: Jaguar’s Big Gamble

by Wallace Wyss - In an earlier article, Editor, Mike Gulett, talked about Jaguar taking a chance by going electric by 2025. But after my friend (and radio colleague on Autotalk, Bob Saber) a radio show emanating from KUCR FM sent me a copy … [Read more...]

OTAS/Lombardi Grand Prix Cars In Pennsylvania

by Robert Maselko - Francis Lombardi was a World War I flying ace from Genoa who began building aircraft in 1938. After World War II, he diversified into automotive coachwork, making special variations of standard FIAT models in very small … [Read more...]