Blogs

Jim’s Blog: Do you use your old car?

A few weeks back, I was driving my ’66 Chevrolet home from the ACC office and sitting in traffic. A guy in a minivan pulled up next to me, rolled down his window, and started asking me all about the car.  Now this isn’t really much of a story for […]

Keith’s Blog: Put The SCM 911 Into Your Garage!

Suddenly we have more cars than we have parking spaces. It’s those darn “accidental purchases” catching up with me. So our 911 has to go. It’s a 2003 996 6-speed coupe with sunroof. It’s an unusual and attractive seal gray with a light gray interior. The wheels have been powder-coated […]

Keith’s Blog: Rain or Shine, Radnor Hunt Goes On

There is one element of a concours that is beyond our control: the weather. We can spend years restoring our cars and attending to every little detail. Likewise, months of preparation can precede the one day of glory that concours anticipate. But mother nature can have her own ideas. This […]

Jim’s Blog: When Will Ford Trucks Have Their Day?

Classic trucks, specifically half-tons built between 1967 and 1972, are still hot in today’s market. But it seems that not all trucks were created equal. The run-up in prices over the last five years has in large part been due to the popularity of GM’s truck twins in the aftermarket. […]

Keith’s Blog: Red Duettos and a Green Giulia Super

It was an all-Alfa weekend. Last Thursday, the Alfa Romeo Club of Oregon hosted its annual “Red Duetto Tour.” The brainchild of Fred and Lisa McNabb, the entry rules are simple. To participate, you must have a red “long-tail” Alfa spider, built between 1966-69. Long-tail spiders were Alfa’s in-your-face response […]