Keith’s Blog: Parades or Concours?

The Rodeo Drive Concours D’Elegance in tony Beverly Hills has been a Father’s Day fixture. To paraphrase Jay Leno, “mere millionaires can mingle with billionaires” during this car show. You know the drill. Prep your car and have it there by 7 am. Get out your folding chairs and prepare […]

Keith’s Blog: Touring is Back

It’s been two years since I have been on a tour. I first had some medical challenges, which were followed directly by the pandemic. Effectively car events have been off-limits for me for a long time. But as we gradually emerge from our health crisis, a thoughtful return to normal […]

Keith’s Blog: Caravan to Concorso is a Go!

Are you ready for an adventure? A tour with no route book, no pre-determined places to eat and where you make your own reservations? Where anything that moves under its own power is welcome? If so, considering joining us in our annual pilgrimage from the Pacific Northwest to Monterey. Here’s […]

Market Moment: Missing in Action!

SCM contributors Lowell Paddock, former GM senior executive, and Philip Richter, founder of Turtle Garage, discuss some great cars that have are missing in action and rarely seen in the marketplace. The 1970-1978 Ford-Mercury Capri, 1985-1989 Merkur XR4Ti, 1987-1989 Merkur Scorpio, 1982-1985 Renault Fuego, 1983-1990 Isuzu Impulse, 1997-2001 Isuzu VehiCross, […]

Keith’s Blog: Touring for Cars Old and New

We’ve been kicking around some thoughts about sports cars tours. I wanted to share them with you and get your reactions. I believe the future of tours will revolve around events that involve driving, immersion in the geography and culture of the areas you are in, and nightly “Conversations with […]