My Car Quest

November 18, 2019

The Mystery Cobra Still Confounds Historians – AC MA200

by Wallace Wyss - Now some historians lay into A.C. Cars Ltd, the fabricators of the Cobra, saying they were crude builders, with no finesse, no modern engineering. Some of that’s true. But there is one prototype that is out and … [Read more...]

Rare Classic Cars – A Short Video – Rare Birds No. 1

by Mike - Below is a 3:14 short video featuring a few rare cars that we do not see everyday or Rare Birds as I like to call them. This is Rare Birds No. 1 and I plan to produce more in this series. I hope you enjoy the ride. Watch the video … [Read more...]

The AC Cobra Mk. IV

The most fun was the Angliss-Shelby fight - in the pages of CAR magazine… by Wallace Wyss - The AC Cobra, as most Cobra fans know, was developed from the AC 2.6 which was a later model developed from the AC Ace, which had gone into production … [Read more...]

Monterey Car Week Is Soon

by Mike - For many years I lived within driving distance of the Monterey Peninsula and we always drove to Monterey for several days in mid-August. Now that I live in the area I do not need a hotel and the drive is short. The local business … [Read more...]

Was There A Fiat Cobra? – Yep There Was

Yes this fearsome beast still roams the earth… by Wallace Wyss - You hear Cobra fans talk about Cobra coupes and most of the time they mean Cobra Daytona coupes designed by Pete Brock. The first one was bodied in the US by California Metal … [Read more...]

The Psychedelic Cobra

They say if you can remember the Sixties, you weren’t there. by Wallace Wyss - I was, and I don’t actually remember hearing the name Tara Browne, or the Right Honorable Tara Browne to use the proper nomenclature. But, back then I did hear, … [Read more...]

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