I can’t think of a better way to spend a nice Sunday morning than chatting with good friends about old cars.
Noted collector Bruce Meyer is a board member at the Los Angeles-based Petersen Automotive Museum, and he hosted a panel discussion there last weekend.
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The 21st annual Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance is all wrapped up.
I’ve been here for 19 of the events to date, and each has been memorable.
In many ways, the Amelia Island weekend is a spring break camp for gearheads. It’s as if each year our parents bundle us off and send us to a familiar place. They know the bunkhouse where we’ll be staying (The Ritz), the various playgrounds (the lobby bar, the RM Sotheby’s, Gooding Read More
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Since it first arrived in January of 2015, the SCM 2001 Porsche 911 Turbo has seen almost nonstop action.
Alexandra confiscated the car as soon as it was unloaded from the trailer that brought it up from Los Angeles, and I didn’t see it for a month. Then Bradley and I took it on a 400-mile trip to central Oregon. Following that, SCM contributors B. Mitchell Carlson and Paul Hardiman drove it on the Northwest Passage tour.
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This stuff always seems to happen by accident.
I had just finished driving the 2001 Porsche 911 Turbo to a lunch meeting in Wilsonville, OR – a suburb 19 miles south of SCM World Headquarters.
I hadn’t put many miles on the car recently. My trip log showed the last time I’d filled it with gas was nearly two months and 175 miles ago.
As I drove down the freeway, I was pleasantly reminded of what a competent, easy-to-live-with car it Read More