Keith Martin

Keith’s Blog: The S4 Gets Smacked

Whenever you take your car out of the garage, you are putting it at risk. That was brought home to me recently. I had decided to join the Northwest Alfa Romeo Club (NWARC) on a day tour of Bainbridge Island, Washington. This would also give me a chance to spend […]

Keith’s Blog: The Jensen That Got Away

A missed phone call saved me $29,900. As I surveyed the classic car world looking for underappreciated and affordable automatics, the Jensen Interceptor popped up. With its large backlight, it looks like an homage to a first-generation Plymouth Barracuda. It has a mechanical simplicity that is appealing. Most were built […]

Keith’s Blog: My Bidder’s Lanyard

I was at my local café for breakfast in Portland. The owner, an Iranian immigrant who has built a good business, stopped by. “Where’d you get that Mecum lanyard?” he asked. He was referring to the Mecum Gold lanyard attached to my iPhone. I had acquired it along with my […]