My Car Quest

June 24, 2022

Cars Of The California Mille – 2012 – Part 1

With the many car events canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic we will not see the car action we are accustomed to at this time of year. I thought it would be a good idea to reach back into the My Car Quest archives and occasionally re-post … [Read more...]

Should Any Classic Car Be Turned Into A Restomod?

by Wallace Wyss - We have come, dear friend to a fork in the road and don’t know which way to go … Ever since I can remember there were restored classic cars and then restored collector cars (some mass produced, not so much deserving of … [Read more...]

What About Ferrari Continuation Cars – Is It Really A Good Idea?

OPINION: Should Ferrari jump in the pool with Jaguar and build a continuation car? by Wallace Wyss - And if so, which model, pray tell? Well the most coveted Ferrari of all the 250 GTO. A real one cost between $50 and $70 million USD and … [Read more...]

The Italian D-Type Jaguar

Yes, it existed, but not with Jag’s permission. by Wallace Wyss - In tracking valuable sports cars, you run across some strange stories. There was a stretch there, when researching my Incredible Barn Finds series (Enthusiast Books, … [Read more...]

The 2018 Jaguar XF Sportbrake

Once again we trek toward a sport wagon renaissance. by Wallace Wyss - A few years ago I remember Cadillac had a station wagon that was downright sexy--the CTS-V with over 500 hp. But they dropped it, in favor of taller bulkier SUVs. … [Read more...]

An Open Letter to Joan Baez

from Wallace Wyss - Say Joanie (excuse me for being familiar, we talked once on the phone maybe 30 years ago when you were doing a radio talk show appearance, I had a question about Jane Fonda…). Now, I’m a car writer and have a need to … [Read more...]