Keels and Wheels Gives Back

There are many ways to measure the success of a concours. They range from number of entries to spectator counts to the elegance of the cars.

But there is one element that I think outshines the rest – how much money is raised for charity.

Those who have cars entered at concours are likely to be very successful in their day jobs, and they have exquisite cars as their playthings.

So it makes sense that at a gathering of these Read More

A Tail of Two Auburns: The First Kiawah Island Motoring Festival Concours

Kiawah Island, located 25 miles southwest of Charleston, SC, was settled in 1670 by British colonists.

In 1974, the Kuwaiti Investment Corporation decided to fund the development of the 13.4-square-mile island. It has since become a nationally recognized nature conservancy.

While the Kuwaitis have since sold their investment, the island continues to focus on recreational activities and nature preservation.

This year was the debut of the Kiawah Island Motoring Retreat’s Concours d’Elegance. Under the leadership of Bruce Stemerman and Read More

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.

What would we do without French cars?

Bugatti, Delahaye, Delage. These names are almost synonymous with “Best of Show” at prestigious concours all over the world.

The 12th Annual La Jolla Concours d’Elegance was no exception.

Best of show was awarded to Ken and Ann Smith’s 1936 Delahaye Type 135 Competition Disappearing Top Convertible. Its coachwork was, as you might expect, by Figoni & Falaschi.

This was the sixth time I have been the emcee of the La Jolla Concours, and I have watched as it has Read More

The Three Cars I Should Have Bought Last Weekend

This was my fifth year at the Auctions America sale at the Fort Lauderdale Convention Center. Each time, I have been shooting episodes for “What’s My Car Worth?” – our new season begins May 12 on Velocity.

The inventory at Auctions America Fort Lauderdale is always an engaging mix of the eclectic and the commonplace — from affordable to extravagant.

Last year, I ended up falling for and purchasing a 1961 Alfa Romeo Sprint Speciale. While Read More

Hitting the Road for Spring Car Season

Bradley and I just returned from spring break in California. We saw Legoland and Universal Studios, and we even crossed the border for a car show in Tijuana. Now it’s time to hit the road again. Spring car season is here, which means I’ve got places to go and people to see.

I’m on my way to Auctions America Fort Lauderdale to shoot episodes of  “What’s My Car Worth?” The new season begins in May. Then I return to California to emcee the La Read More

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