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Imprezive Prices

1998 Subaru Impreza 22B STi #46166. S/N GC8069816. 40k kilometers (25k miles). “Turbocharged 2.2-liter flat-4, 5-speed manual transmission, locking-center differential, World Rally Blue exterior, black and blue two-tone interior, adjustable rear wing, red-finished STI brake calipers, air conditioning, #156 of approximately 400 examples for Japanese market, imported to U.S. in […]

Welcome to the SCM 1000 Touring Series

Building on the success of the SCM 1000, we are going to be offering more driving tours for those who own special cars, both old and new, along with immersive experiences for these participants. The events will be a part of the SCM 1000 “Modern Enthusiast” Touring Series, beginning with […]

Home Court Advantage

The world has gotten a lot smaller these days. Say you search the internet and find a nice-looking, numbers-matching 1964 Porsche 356SC advertised by a dealer 2,000 miles away. The car looks great, all the right boxes are checked, and there are 85 pictures of every nook and cranny. You […]

Podium or Pebble?

I have vintage-raced for nearly half my life, judged at concours events from Lime Rock Park to Amelia Island, and restored more than 50 cars, including some fairly significant old race cars. I have also worked with vintage-race-car shops in most of the U.S. states as well is in Europe. […]

A Rally-Bred, 4-Door Road Scalpel

It wasn’t terribly expensive. It didn’t sound exotic. And with the exception of its oversized rear wing, it was invisible to most. But Mitsubishi’s Lancer Evolution, born from World Rally Championship competition, was unquestionably a driver’s car. We’d even go so far as to call the “Evo” o ne of […]

1965 Sunbeam Tiger

According to the Sunbeam Tiger Production Record, 000653 was finally assembled on October 12, 1965, prior to being finished in Mediterranean Blue, fitted with a hard top and shipped to the United States. After import to the U.K. by Bruce Stevens, the Tiger was purchased by our vendor in 1990 […]

2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS

Starting with the 2.7 Carrera RS, “RS” variants of the 911 have become coveted for their track readiness, precision and power. Throughout the succeeding generations of 911s, the RS badge remained reserved for only the most hardcore, purpose-built road cars in Porsche’s portfolio and has become highly coveted. With a […]

2001 BMW Z8

The BMW Z8 debuted in the James Bond film “The World Is Not Enough.” The Z8s were built for the American market and the styling carries the DNA of BMW’s famed 507. This Z8 features heated leather seats, cruise control, power windows, door locks and seats, multi-disc CD player and […]

2015 Ferrari 458 Speciale A

What makes this Speciale Aperta stand out amongst its peers is its truly unique specification. Designed with the utmost attention to detail by one of Ferrari’s VIP clients with the Tailor Made department, its most striking details are the twin silver stripes running down the side of the nose and […]

1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Sprint Speciale

The shapely Alfa Romeo Sprint Speciale shares the potent Giulia underpinnings and engine of the Veloce-chassis Alfas, from which it derives the “Giulia” part of its name. Inspiration for the curvaceous body shape was derived from Carrozzeria Touring’s legendary “Disco Volante” racing cars, as well as Italian design house Bertone’s […]