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Toyota Celica, Subaru WRX STI, Honda Element

1985 Toyota Celica Supra P-Type #41025. S/N JT2MA67L2F0167981. 13,000 miles shown. “Single owner from new, 2.8-L DOHC inline 6, A43DE 4-speed automatic transmission, limited-slip differential, Super Deep Red paint, gray leather upholstery, sunroof and two-piece rear spoiler, power windows, locks, mirrors.” Condition: 1. SOLD AT $40,425. Bring a Trailer, 12/4/2020. […]

An Exotic Daily Driver

As with most breakthrough products, the original variant is often the best. Such is the case with the first-generation 2007–15 Audi R8 4.2. While the R8 is not a supercar by today’s performance standards, it is incredibly well balanced and feels “just right,” especially with the 6-speed gated manual gearbox. […]

Unfinished Business

The October 2020 “Legal Files,” co-authored with Prescott Kelly, reported about a lawsuit filed against Coys of Kensington involving a 1973 Porsche Carrera RS. That lawsuit seems to be the tip of a large iceberg. Once again, we want to point out that the previous Coys, owned by Chris Routledge, […]

Scratching the Itch

Sitting in a marketing meeting in Detroit one day not so long ago, I recall seeing a presentation that explained how the Corvette’s primary competition was the Porsche Boxster and 911. There were some other cars mentioned as well, but I had already tuned out. As a guy in my […]

Recognizing the Next Gen

We are now accepting nominations for SCM’s second group of 40 Under 40 honorees. First awarded in 2017, this program became our most popular in terms of industry recognition and resultant newsstand sales. It’s time to revisit it. In the October issue, SCM will again honor 40 enthusiasts under 40 […]

Keith’s Blog: The SCM Library is For Sale

As a part of our pandemic-induced downsizing, we are selling the SCM reference library at No Reserve on Bring a Trailer. Jeff Sabatini and his team are now assembling the magazine remotely. The virus has made it unsafe to use the offices, common areas and conference rooms we had been […]