My Car Quest

September 28, 2020

Design Critique: Bentley Bacalar

by Wallace Wyss - The Bentley Bacalar, a limited-edition model, had been set for an unveiling at the Geneva motor show, but once the show was cancelled, it had to make its debut live on Bentley's YouTube channel. They touted the fact that … [Read more...]

The Search For Collector Car Authenticity

If not for the coronavirus we would be approaching Monterey Car Week right now. Where we would be seeing a serious number of cars cross the auction block resulting in a serious amount of money changing hands in mid-August. I thought the subject … [Read more...]

The Chrysler Crossfire – Back Under the Spotlight

by Wallace Wyss - Back in 2014, Hagerty, in an article on five used cars they thought had classic potential named the Chrysler Crossfire among them. This was a car borne out of the marriage of Daimler and Chrysler, basically a reskin of the … [Read more...]

Diversify: A Word to the Wise

Wallace Wyss is an automotive writer. But has on occasion bought and sold both real estate and collector cars. He sent us this personal opinion and recommendations. … [Read more...]

Editorial: Buy or Sell – Enthusiasts Poise at the Brink

My Car Quest is devoted to cars and car culture, and we do not want to add to the media coverage of the virus. But the pandemic looks like it is going to change the collector car world as we know it along with other changes in the world such as … [Read more...]

The Sunk-Cost Fallacy For Collector Car Owners

by Wallace Wyss - It was a TV show where a young guy was analyzing men-woman relationships. But it was about couples, about women who are courted by a guy, who has some undesirable traits but she thinks, in time, I can iron out those bad … [Read more...]