Keith’s Blog: See You in Monterey

For the first time in four years, I’ll be in Monterey. I’m going to keep an abbreviated schedule this year, arriving on Wednesday in time for our annual SCM contributor’s meet-up, and departing Saturday morning. I’ll be bringing my son Bradley with me, and he is all agog about seeing […]

Keith’s Blog: Belts and Suspension

My son Bradley and I have just finished another classic car tour weekend. We were participating in the Northwest Classic Car Challenge, hosted by the Alfa Romeo Owners of Oregon. Restoration shop Vintage Underground were the primary sponsors. There were a nice mix of classic and modern cars in this […]

Keith’s Blog: The As-Delivered Corvette Bootie

My son Bradley is now in his second month of ownership of his 1982 Collector’s Edition Chevrolet Corvette. His immersion into the world of Sharks continues. For 1980-82 third-generation Corvettes, the National Corvette Restorer’s Society has a judging and restoration manual that has well over 300 pages. With SCMer and […]

Keith’s Blog: Strutting With the Sporto

The 911 Sportomatic project is moving along nicely. We purchased it last October from the “for sale” corral at the Hershey swap meet. The path to bringing it back into service has been a convoluted one. SCM Editor-In-Chief Jeff Sabatini took the car on a 400-mile round trip to Sisters, […]

Buy, Sell, Hold: Spotlight #64 – Caroline Cassini – Director of Business Development at Broad Arrow Auctions

This week on Sports Car Market Magazine’s Buy, Sell, Hold: Spotlight, Broad Arrow Auctions Director of Business Development, Caroline Cassini joins us to recap Broad Arrow’s recent 75th anniversary Porsche auction event and discuss their Gateway Auto Museum and Academy of Art University Automobile Museum collections as well as preview […]

Keith’s Blog: The Joy of Concours Weekends

The 49th annual Forest Grove Concours d’Elegance went off without a hitch. It was an immersive weekend for me and Bradley. He drove his 1982 Corvette on the tour through the rolling hills of Oregon’s Willamette Valley, and I didn’t get us hopelessly lost. We were only on the wrong […]