SCD Private Collection – 1998 Lotus Elise Sport 190

1998 Lotus Elise Sport 190

1998 Lotus Elise Sport 190 One of fewer than 35 imported Less than 500 original miles Lowest mileage example known to exist Non-street legal; track-day or race only The Lotus Elise is a two-seat, mid-engined roadster initially released in 1996. The Elise has a fiberglass body atop its aluminum chassis that provides a stiff platform for the suspension while keeping weight to a minimum. The Sport 190 model is a competition-only … [Read more...]

Lovely Landy – 1966 Land Rover Series IIA SWB

1966 Land Rover Series IIA SWB

Update, August 3rd, 2015:  The 1966 Series IIA has found a new home with a Sports Car Digest reader in Tennessee.  Enjoy! When it comes to design, there's something to be said for a well-executed product that simply does the job as intended. High on function, purpose-built and lacking frills; there used to be plenty of vehicles available to the public that enjoyed these qualities, particularly of the off-road variety. Somewhere along the line, … [Read more...]

Featured Listing – 1970 MG B Roadster

1970 MG B Roadster

Update, July 16th, 2015:  Price Reduction on the 1970 MG B Roadster. The swinging '60s provided automotive enthusiasts with more than a few sports car options. Whether you were after American muscle or maybe something a little more Italian, the options were nearly endless. Somewhere in between was the charming British sports car. Low on weight and frills, their (usually) tiny engines displaced small cubic capacities, yet their ability to put … [Read more...]

Featured Listing – 1955 MG TF-1500 Roadster

1955 MG TF-1500

Beginning with the TA, the MG T-series cars began production before the second World War, and survived nearly two decades later with a seemingly endless amount of development along the way. The finale to the series was the TF-1500, which offered buyers a car similar to the popular TC and TD, but with everything from improvements to the cooling system to the replacement of bench seating to individual, adjustable seats. The TF – and especially the … [Read more...]

Fab Fixed-Head – 1955 Jaguar XK140 MC FHC

1955 Jaguar XK140 MC FHC

Update, June 17th, 2015:  The XK140 has found a new home with an enthusiast in Southern California.  Enjoy! The 1950s were good to Jaguar.  With no less than five overall victories at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, their C-Type sports racer and memorable D-Types unloaded an assault on the competition, dominating the field in 1951, '53, '55, '56 and '57.  They were exciting times for the marque. It wasn't limited to their competition department, … [Read more...]

Currently Seeking at SCD Motors – March 2015

2014 Porsche Werks Reunion

SCD Motors is seeking the following cars for Sports Car Digest readers and for our own stable. If you own one of these automobiles or know of an example that fits the criteria, please contact us directly at trevor@sportscardigest.com with as much information on the car as possible, including pictures and asking price. Alternatively, let us also know if you would like your dream car added to the list. Submissions will remain private. German … [Read more...]

Endless Eligibility – Frazer Nash Le Mans Replica

Frazer-Nash Le Mans Replica

While many likely don’t realize it, if you’ve attended any of the major historic racing events across the globe, chances are strong that you've witnessed a Frazer Nash driven in anger. And even fewer likely realized they were looking at something special. With an interesting story that began before World War II, Archibald Frazer-Nash made his start in the motoring industry building automobiles that famously used a chain drive-style … [Read more...]

Featured Listing – 1954 MG TF

1954-MG-TF-Sold

Update, February 10, 2015: The 1954 MG TF has been sold. Thanks for the interest! MG’s rich heritage in building open-air, sporting machines reveals roots that are as deep as they come. Dating all the way back to the 1920s, the sports cars, particularly the well-known Midget series, helped pave the way for the British sports car movement. Starting with Morris Minor-based M-Type, MG attempted to apply every letter in the alphabet when naming … [Read more...]

Featured Listing – 1955 MG TF-1500

1955-MG-TF-1500-Sold

Few cars embody their associated culture better than the British sports car. One might argue that the American muscle genre might be a contender, but one simply can’t ignore the impact that the small-displacement open-top sporting cars made on a global level. The British sports car is as about as sensible as the type of clothing that came out of the same era, but it’s better for it. It appealed to the well-heeled, but also to starving enthusiasts … [Read more...]

1952 MG “KT” Vintage Racing Special

1952 MG “KT” Vintage Racing Special

This MG "KT" Vintage Racing Special is being offered due to the owner's health problems. The seller explains it here: "This beautiful car was built on a TF chassis in 1977 from mostly TD parts by renowned MG expert, Lawrie Alexander. Registered as a 1952 MG TD, the “KT” nickname came about because the aluminum bodywork was styled to resemble a K3. It was used for vintage racing from 1978 through the mid-80’s, competing very successfully at … [Read more...]