My Car Quest

December 6, 2019

Think Big – Thought Ettore Bugatti

So he did - but his timing was off… by Wallace Wyss - In retrospect, I gotta hand it to ol’ Ettore Bugatti, the car builder, because not only did he build cars that ended up winning 1000 races, but for awhile he built the world’s most … [Read more...]

Automotive Marketing: Bugatti’s Forgotten Prototype and The Case for Bringing it Back

by Wallace Wyss - At a recent unveiling of a Bugatti special edition at the Quail, of yet another two seater mid-engined car, I saw the crowd was ten deep but I wonder if Bugatti has saturated the market of mega million dollar hypercars. In … [Read more...]

Photos From The 2013 The Quail, A Motor Sport Gathering

by Mike - We all can't go to all the great events around the world. Here are some photos from an event you may have missed last year. My thanks to Geoffrey Horton for sending these photos from the The 2013 The Quail, A Motor Sport … [Read more...]

A Few Photos From Pebble Beach

by Mike - I arrived at Pebble Beach at 7:00AM today and left around noon. After a light lunch in Carmel I drove home in the Iso Grifo. I will post more about Monterey Car Week later this week. Become a Member of My Car Quest … [Read more...]

Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este 2013 – A Photo Overview

by Mike I met Zoltan Papp in Italy this past April. He is a photographer of, and writer about, classic cars. Zoltan lives in Hungary and he traveled back to Italy for the recent Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este. He was kind enough to share these … [Read more...]

A Strange Concours Coincidence – Or Is It?

by Mike - In the article yesterday, Classic Car Prices, Market Trends And Events, I used this photo below, just sent to me by Bruce Caron from Palos Verdes, of a Bugatti as an example of a car that a collector would seek to own so they could win … [Read more...]