My Car Quest

April 14, 2021

A Custom Porsche 356

YES it's a custom - but isn't it significant it was customized by Dean Jeffries? by Wallace Wyss - Way back in the dawn of time, I'm talkin' the '50s, when I hung out in a local drug store to read custom car magazines. I remember reading … [Read more...]

Book Review: The Ultimate Book of the Porsche 356

Review by Wallace Wyss - Title: The Ultimate Book of the Porsche 356 Sub-title: Catalogue Raisonné Author: Brian Long Publisher: Veloce Publishing Published: November 2019 ISBN: 978-1-787112-13-1 Print run: Limited to 356 hand numbered … [Read more...]

Design Review: Porsche Taycan

Almost all the right deign cues to make sure you know it's a Porsche... by Wallace Wyss - The Porsche Taycan design follows classic Porsche design language with a major detail switch to rectangular headlamps. With a Taycan, you will turn heads … [Read more...]

Carlisle Import & Performance Nationals: Porsche Club and RUF Automobile Group

A great father and son Porsche car day. by Derek Meluzio - There are few things I love doing more than going to car shows with my father, Don Meluzio. There are no cars I love more than Porsche and RUF Automobiles. For six years in a row my … [Read more...]

Carmel Concours On The Avenue – 2015

Today is traditionally the first real day of Monterey Car Week with the Carmel Concours On The Avenue held in downtown Carmel-by-the-Sea. Today we reach back into the My Car Quest archives and re-post Carmel Concours On The Avenue - 2015 to help … [Read more...]

A Holy Grail of Porsche Specials: Found, Yes, in a Barn

by Wallace Wyss - When you start tracing the history of Porsche’s mid-engined cars, you come across, of course, the 550 and the RSK. And the very first Porsche ever made was mid-engined, though they decided to go rear engine for production. So … [Read more...]