Keith’s Blog: Looking for a Porsche 911S PDK

I have a little bit of news to share with all of you. Last week, I was in my Portland condo and suddenly found my legs getting weaker and weaker.

I was in the shower at the time, so I got out, shaved and brushed my teeth. Why I did this, I don’t know.

A few minutes later, I couldn’t stand up. It suddenly dawned on me that I might be in trouble. I used my right leg to push Read More

Keith’s Blog: Looking Back and Looking Forward

SCM’s 30th Anniversary year is now complete.

And we are well on our way to celebrate our 31st year.

At the end of the year, I like to reflect on how fortunate we are to be able to have old cars in our lives.

More important than the cars and the tours and the events are the people.

The enthusiasts I have met over the past three decades have enriched my life immeasurably.

Old car fanatics have a great sense Read More

Keith’s Blog: SCM Executive Editor Chester Allen Remembers Christmas in 1967

SCM Executive Editor is taking over my blog for the Christmas holiday. He’s sharing a memory of his mother — and a sensational Matchbox garbage truck — from Christmas 1967:

I carry 57 years of Christmas memories around in my head — including the first time I ever kissed a girl — but the one I remember best is the oldest.

It was 1967, and I was a 6-year-old with a horrible allergy to grass pollen. We lived in the Read More

Keith’s Blog: What’s Going on in the SCM Garage?

As the year comes to a close, this is a good time to survey the SCM fleet.

Compared to years past, there is very little heavy lifting going on.

The only car sidelined with engine issues is our 1996 Autozam AZ-1. We blew the head gasket on the Autozam on the way to Monterey. It appears that the speed governor (set to about 60 mph) was removed from it, and that the engine boost had been turned up. I’ve learned Read More