My Car Quest

October 23, 2019

Wishful Thinking Should Not Be Presented As Truth – Especially About Important Car Races

by Wallace Wyss - The other day I was listening to one of my favorite radio shows, about cars from KPFK FM 90.7 and the co-host, Dave Kunz, interviewed a Ford expert about Ford's illustrious Le Mans history. I was going along with what they … [Read more...]

Book Review: Iso Bizzarrini, The Remarkable History Of A3/C 0222

by Mike - Title: Iso Bizzarrini, The Remarkable History Of A3/C 0222 Author: Richard Heseltine Binding: Hardbound, slip cased Pages: 128 Size: 11.25 in X 9.75 in Publisher: This book is part of the Exceptional Cars series published by Porter … [Read more...]

A Sad Tale In Barn Finding

by Wallace Wyss - In writing my Incredible Barn Finds series of books (Enthusiast Books, Hudson WI), I come across a lot of happy stories—a guy who finds a potential million dollar car for peanuts. But sometimes it’s a very sad story, … [Read more...]

Maserati Tipo 151/004 Then And Now

by Mike - For some reason the shape of the Maserati Tipo 151 is hard to forget and I take every chance to publish photos of this beautiful Maserati racecar. The black and white photos below were sent to me by My Car Quest reader A.A. (Tony) … [Read more...]

Porsche At Le Mans

by Mike Porsche is accustomed to winning races. At one time Porsche was dominant at Le Mans but that was a long time ago. Porsche returned to the 24 Hours of Le Mans this year and they did not win as shown in this self-effacing video below … [Read more...]

The Last Ferrari To Win The 24 Hours of Le Mans – The 1965 Ferrari 250 LM At Amelia Island

by Mike - While most of the attention at the 1965 24 Hours of Le Mans was focused on the factory team entries of Ferrari and Ford, it was a privately entered one-year-old 3.3-liter V12 Ferrari 250 LM which caused a major upset by winning, when … [Read more...]

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