My Car Quest

October 23, 2020

Comments On “Are Fake Cars A Big Problem In The Classic Car World?”

by Mike - The recent Post "Are Fake Cars A Big Problem In The Classic Car World?" was also posted on two classic car groups on LinkedIn and I have received 46 Comments on LinkedIn so far and more are still coming in. The problem of fake cars, … [Read more...]

The Allard J2 (And J2R) – The Predecessor To The AC Shelby Cobra – Update

by Mike -  See the Update and Correction at the end. Sydney Allard founded the Allard Motor Company in England in 1936. Allards usually used a large American V8 engine in a small, light British sports car chassis and body, giving a high … [Read more...]

The Hillsborough Concours d’Elegance

by Mike - This past Sunday the Hillsborough Concours d'Elegance hosted many beautiful classic cars and people. The weather was interesting as were the many great classic cars and many of the people. This is the oldest continually running … [Read more...]

Cobras Are Loose In Utah!

by Mike - Utah is not just for skiing! There are some very interesting cars there as well. Eight historically significant cars from the Larry H. Miller Total Performance Museum at Miller Motorsports Park will be on display at the 2012 … [Read more...]

Carroll Shelby Has Died

by Mike - Carroll Shelby is an irreplaceable part of automotive history and now he is gone. He reached the pinnacle of race car driving, race car constructing, team ownership and team management. And a few other things as well. He also … [Read more...]

Two Big Winners That Traveled A Long Way

by Mike -  This 1954 Plymouth Explorer Ghia Coupe 195 won for Best American car at the Kuwait Concours d'Elegance recently. It was driven a long way from the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. A little closer to home but still a few … [Read more...]