SCM is inviting you on our latest madcap adventure.
As we announced in the April issue of SCM, we’ve purchased a most inconsequential old car — a Bradley GT. This mostly forgotten VW-based kit car was most notable for its gullwing doors. However, it is unlikely to be confused with a Mercedes 300SL.
The car is located in Fort Lauderdale, FL, and we’d like to see in it Monterey at Legends of the Autobahn this August.
We don’t care how Read More
I was flying to Amelia Island, FL from Naples with SCM raconteur Donald Osborne when both our cell phones started firing.
It was 9 a.m. on Thursday morning, March 9. The Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance was scheduled to be held the following Sunday.
Weather reports indicated that Saturday would be sunny and clear, but that a tropical rainstorm would pass over the island on Sunday.
Within 30 minutes, the concours had made the decision to move the event forward a Read More
The mantra of the car collector could well be “Buy, Spend, Learn, Spend, Repent, Spend, Move On.”
It’s been over a year since we bought our 1960 Austin-Healey Bugeye Sprite. I was looking for something that my 9-year-old son Bradley could call his first car.
After nearly a year, it’s nearly ready for us to pick up from the restorer, Chip Starr at Racecar Resurrections, when we return from Amelia Island next week.
Our year with the Bugeye is typical Read More
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