My Car Quest

October 27, 2021

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...]

A De Tomaso Mangusta Commissioned by Carroll Shelby is Sold

Mecum sells a piece of history - a hot rodded Mangusta with Shelby Mk V badges keeps 'Gooses over $300K. by Wallace Wyss - The Mangusta's time in the sun is at last a reality--they have soared to over $300,000 which is up to Iso Grifo … [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...]

Up For Auction: Ford GT40 by Superformance From the Movie ‘Ford v Ferrari’

by Mike Gulett - One of the Ford GT40 replica cars used in the movie Ford v Ferrari is up for auction by Mecum in Kissimmee, Florida January 2-12, 2020. 1966 SUPERFORMANCE FORD GT40 MKII This is not just one of the regular cars this is … [Read more...]

The Collector Car Market Can Be Inefficient Sometimes

by Mike Gulett - Classic car dealers and auction companies can play a valuable role in bringing together willing sellers and buyers as long as the seller and buyer are comfortable paying the required fees. There are cases of collector car … [Read more...]

Car Of The Day – 1965 Shelby GT350 Mustang

by Mike Gulett - In 1964 Ford asked Carroll Shelby to transform the Ford Mustang from a “secretary’s car” into a race car. He did that and in 1965 the Shelby GT350 Mustang won the SCCA B/Production Class championship. There were 562 1965 GT 350s … [Read more...]