My Car Quest

September 23, 2020

Marketing: Mid-Engine Maserati MC20

So far, in the introduction of the MC20, Maserati has committed several marketing faux pax, but they can still save themselves by pricing it right... by Wallace Wyss - OK I get it, Maserati saw all these Ferraris rolling out the factory … [Read more...]

A Fine Day At The Hillsborough Concours d’Elegance in 2014

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...]

Riverside International Automobile Museum: The Selling Of A Museum

by Anonymous - Back in 2006, Ray Magnon and his son, Doug Magnon, were two racing enthusiasts credited with founding the Riverside International Automotive Museum. Originally, Doug being a Maserati collector, his goal was to have the largest … [Read more...]

1979 Maserati Kyalami For Sale

by Mike - Named for the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit in South Africa where a Maserati powered Cooper T81 driven by Pedro Rodríguez won the Grand Prix in 1967. Derived from the De Tomaso Longchamp (after De Tomaso had acquired Maserati) but much … [Read more...]

1972 Maserati Mexico For Sale

by Mike - Introduced at the 1966 Paris motor show and designed by Virginio Vairo at Vignale, the Maserati Mexico is a beautiful GT that carries four people in elegance and style. The name, Mexico, was chosen because the prototype, was once owned … [Read more...]

The Maserati Boomerang: Who says Boomerangs Don’t Come Back?

by Wallace Wyss - When Giorgetto Giugiaro cut himself adrift from Ghia Carrozzeria he put himself under a lot of pressure. He had to come up with something dramatic to put in auto shows to get the work flowing in. Fortunately, from his … [Read more...]