This Week’s Classic Mystery Photo

“This year, a standard candy cane on my Christmas tree just won’t cut it.” — Erik Olson, via Facebook

The monthly Mystery Photo has been an SCM tradition for 25 years. Each week, we’ll share one of our “greatest hits” photos from the past and give you a chance to provide a new witty and provocative caption. Each week’s winner will be announced in the Newsletter. Share your caption for Read More

This Week’s Classic Mystery Photo

“Last time I EVER back into a fire hydrant” — Bob Cleveland

The monthly Mystery Photo has been an SCM tradition for 25 years. Each week, we’ll share one of our “greatest hits” photos from the past and give you a chance to provide a new witty and provocative caption. Each week’s winner will be announced in the Newsletter. Share your caption for this week’s photo Read More

This Week’s Classic Mystery Photo

“Last time I drink THAT stuff….”— Bob Cleveland

The monthly Mystery Photo has been an SCM tradition for 25 years. Each week, we’ll share one of our “greatest hits” photos from the past and give you a chance to provide a new witty and provocative caption. Each week’s winner will be announced in the Newsletter. Share your caption for this week’s photo in the comments below. Subscribe to SCM and enjoy a brand new Mystery Photo Read More

This Week’s Classic Mystery Photo

“I’m hoping those cars are miniatures. Otherwise the inside of my thighs are going to be real chafed.” — fuzzydice

The monthly Mystery Photo has been an SCM tradition for 25 years. Each week, we’ll share one of our “greatest hits” photos from the past and give you a chance to provide a new witty and provocative caption. Each week’s winner will be announced in the Newsletter. Share your caption for this week’s photo in the comments below. Subscribe Read More

This Week’s Classic Mystery Photo

After being discharged from the RAF, Frank Whittle relieved his boredom by tinkering with a recovered secret Messerschmitt prototype. In the process, he invented drag racing, the “rail”, the flame paint job, and [Michael May and Jim Hall notwithstanding] became the first to mount a wing on a groundbound vehicle.” — Paul Nieman

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