Keith’s Blog: Why I’m Selling the Sprint

“I know Keith’s 1958 Sprint Veloce in and out, I have spent a lot of time sorting it out and a few memorable moments driving it on my test loop. I think it’s the Crown of Keith’s Alfa collection.

When he asked me which Alfa he should sell, I never imagined this would be his choice. I always figured this and the 1600 Spider Veloce would always be with him. It is a very special car, well sorted and well Read More

Keith’s Blog: The SCM 1958 Alfa Romeo Sprint Veloce “Confortevole” is about to hit Bring A Trailer!

Watch your inbox.

The SCM 1958 Sprint Veloce “Confortevole” will be on Bring A Trailer this week.

As soon as the auction goes lives, we’ll send you an email.

It seems that the entire BAT team was in Monterey last week, “watching the market unfold before their eyes.”

I can’t wait to see your comments — and bids! See you soon!

Keith’s Blog: The SCM 1958 Alfa Romeo Sprint Veloce “Confortevole” is on Bring A Trailer!

The SCM 1958 Sprint Veloce “Confortevole” is now on BAT!

This is a numbers-matching, tour-ready 1958 Alfa 750 Series Sprint Veloce “Confortevole.” It is one of 150 made.

Watch Bring A Trailer and the Avant Garde Collection. It took me 15 years to find this car and another five years to get it right.

It is fitted with a Jon Norman 1,400-cc kit and modern cams. The engine was built by Denny Pillar. It has a Rugh suspension, Read More

Keith’s Blog: A Cat Peed in My Sleeping Bag – More Tales of Rubber Chicken Racing

It was the fall of 1969. After spending a year after high school working part-time as a mechanic with Rubber Chicken Racing, I headed to Portland, OR, from San Francisco to attend Reed College.

During my first couple of weeks at Reed, there were SCCA regional races at Portland International Raceway. Team Rubber Chicken decided to make the trek north.

The team consisted of a homegrown caravan of tow vehicles and trailers. When they arrived at the Reed Campus in Read More

Keith’s Blog: More Thoughts on the SCM 1000 — From a First Timer

I’ve been driving sports cars and going on road trips since 1966.

I sometimes forget what it’s like for someone to go on a road trip in an old car. It’s sensory overload in so many ways.

In an old car, you are not passing through the landscape, you’re part of it. You smell the change as you move from forest to fields of wheat.

You feel the undulations of the road, shifting down for more power as you reach Read More