June 2016 Cover Poll

Our Art Director, David Tomaro, has created three possible cover concepts, and we’d like to know which one is your favorite. It should all take less than a minute, and your answers help determine the content of our magazine. Voting ends Thursday, April 21, at Midnight PST. If you have any additional thoughts about SCM, regarding either the print magazine or our electronic newsletter, please post them in the comments section below.

Vote for your favorite cover:


  1. Oh sure, put the Elan up against the Cal Spyder. This must be an attempted make up for the Non Influencial Elan to put up and get the votes or shut up and go back to being irrrelevant.Smiley face Emoji not available.

  2. Love the Elan! Lots of reasons to want it on the cover, but the most compelling being that it proves that the cover of SCM can be an “affordable classic”. Something that at least many of your subscribers can aspire to own and not just admire from afar.

  3. Really?? A somewhat vanilla shot of an Elan (great affordable classic) against the very well done picture of ANOTHER red Ferrari albeit a very nice one. Had to vote for the prancing horse very reluctantly simply for the quality of the shot. These two cars more embody my preference of “Sports Cars” than the Pagani which admittedly will embarrass either on the track. Which would I rather drive during a Sunday outing through some winding woods? Either of the first two.

  4. I selected cover number 1 as the Lotus Elan is overdue to appear on SCM. The car is as beautiful today as to when it was launched and I remember vividly as seeing it on the British TV Show The Avengers and seeing it’s beautiful driver Emma Peel (Diana Rigg) at the wheel. It was incredible. My next choice would have been the Ferrari as its a classic but I feel an under rated sports car should grace its cover. I would love to see an Austin Healey on the cover and a story on this excellent marque. I don’t know what make cover number 3 is. I guess I love the classics from the 1950-1970’s. Great Magazine.

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