This Week’s Classic Mystery Photo

The monthly Mystery Photo has been an SCM tradition for 25 years. Each week, we’ll share one of our “greatest hits” photos from the past and give you a fresh chance to provide a witty and provocative caption. Each week’s winner will be announced in the Newsletter. To get the new SCM Mystery Photo in your mailbox each month, subscribe here.

*Winning Caption: “When Flash Gordon and Captain Nemo opened a custom shop, their infamous ‘Deep Sea Thunderchicken’ Read More

Keith’s Blog: It’s Road Trip Time

One of my favorite sounds this time of year is the door to the SCM under-office garage opening and closing. Most often, it means that one of the SCM cars is either heading to the shop or returning, getting ready for the tours ahead.

For instance, this morning Subscriptions Manager Rich Coparanis drove the 1965 Giulia Spider Veloce to one of our favorite shops, Nasko’s, in Southeast Portland. Nasko has been servicing this Alfa for nearly 30 years and treats Read More

This Week’s Classic Mystery Photo

The monthly Mystery Photo has been an SCM tradition for 25 years. Each week, we’ll share one of our “greatest hits” photos from the past and give you a fresh chance to provide a witty and provocative caption. Each week’s winner will be announced in the Newsletter. To get the new SCM Mystery Photo in your mailbox each month, subscribe here.

*Winning Caption: “Dem Duke boys went Commando Italiano.” — Margo Lee Perine, via Facebook

This Week’s Classic Mystery Photo

The monthly Mystery Photo has been an SCM tradition for 25 years. Each week, we’ll share one of our “greatest hits” photos from the past and give you a fresh chance to provide a witty and provocative caption. Each week’s winner will be announced in the Newsletter. To get the new SCM Mystery Photo in your mailbox each month, subscribe here.

*Winning Caption: “Dem Duke boys went Commando Italiano.” — Margo Lee Perine, via Facebook

Keith’s Blog: LeMay, One Year Later

I’ve been involved with LeMay — America’s Car Museum in a variety of ways over the past decade, from casual observer to board member. Under the leadership of President and CEO David Madeira, fundraisers generated over $85m, the museum was built, and a year ago last weekend, it opened to the public.

This is cause for great celebration. There is no other automotive museum of this scale in the Pacific Northwest, and I don’t know how far you would Read More