My Car Quest

May 22, 2022

The Future for Classic Car Dealers?

With on-line auctions working so well do classic car dealers have a big future? by Mike Gulett - New technologies and business models tend to create disruptions to existing markets as we have seen with the internet and retail selling. Amazon's … [Read more...]

Why Auction Your Car at No Reserve?

by Mike Gulett - A no reserve auction means that there is not a minimum bid required for the car to be hammered sold. I understand why the auction company wants a no reserve auction because it guarantees that the car will sell (assuming there … [Read more...]

Opinion: Wheels Gone Bad

by Mike Gulett - Wheels play an important part in the looks of classic cars or any car for that matter. They also play a role in the performance, handling and safety of cars but today I am only interested in the looks. Many car enthusiasts are … [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 Short Lived Porsche Carrera GT: Is It An Investment Car?

by Wallace Wyss - The ideal, in choosing an old sports car, is one that, for all the time you own it, goes up in value. But choosing which used car that is available today that has this Upside Potential is a bear. I would theoretically … [Read more...]