Keith Martin

Keith’s Blog: The GTV Gets To Go For a Drive

As you know, we’ve been wrestling for a few months to install a rear-seat shoulder harness in the 1967 GTV, so that we could put 5-year-old Bradley there in his booster seat. Early on we gave up on an inertia reel, opting instead for a belt that adjusted both at […]

Keith’s Blog: The Arizona Auctions as a Holiday / Looking for a Duetto

This was the first time in five years I wasn’t shooting episodes of What’s My Car Worth? in Arizona (the Velocity Channel funding for the next season will be released in a few weeks). Consequently, rather than being trapped at a single auction company from 8 am to 8 pm every day, I had the chance to be a civilian and get to nearly every auction, kick tires, see friends and generally enjoy the pleasant weather.

Keith’s Blog: See You in Boca Raton

It’s 48 degrees and raining in Portland, so I’m looking forward to the 7th Annual Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance, happening February 22–24, where I’ll be Grand Marshal. I will join Chief Judge Dr. Paul Sable, one of the founders of “The Elegance at Hershey;” Honorary Chair Mike Jackson, Chairman and […]

Keith’s Blog: ACC’s 680-hp Mopar Is For Sale!

Wouldn’t you like 680 hp under your tree this Christmas? ACC is ready for its next project, and the 1963 Dodge 440 street-legal drag car is up for sale. It sports a 500-ci 680-hp all-aluminum Hemi and runs high 10s in the quarter at 123 mph. We’ve long been fans of […]

SCM Is Selling Its Shark

By now you’re aware that SCM has more cars than it does garage slots, and that we have to trim the fleet.

Sadly, each car was specifically chosen as an excellent example of the model, and we hate to see them go.

Our 1982 633 CSi is for sale. It has just 94,000 carefully maintained miles, and I just spent $1,500 having a major service done at Boyd Motor Werks, a well-known BMW specialist shop in Portland.

Keith’s Blog: Help Us Create our Next Television Spot!

We’re working on 15- and 30-second spots for SCM and American Car Collector. I’ve found that I am so close to the subject matter (collector cars, their pricing and ways to enjoy them) that I’m not always the best guy to tell someone else why they should subscribe. That’s where […]