Welcome to the new 2013 edition of S-CARS.ORG

Welcome to the new 2013 edition of S-CARS.ORG


Click here to register your user ID on our site.

We admit it. We’re old. Well, in “web years” I guess we’re pretty darn old. This site was born back on May 8th, 1998 and if you’re a long time member you know it has gone through several redesigns over the years. How things have changed!

We’ve been running the old PostNuke based site for what seems like forever and it is well past time to move on for a number of reasons.  We’re now running a far more user friendly back-end and looking to do more with the web site in 2013.  We’re also looking for writers, bloggers or anyone who would enjoy taking an active role in building the S-Cars community.


“S” is for social? No, not entirely but you will notice that you can now make friend connections with follow owners and can even post activity updates about what you’re up to with you car(s). I encourage you to jump right in and give it a whirl. Dive into the forums as well and start some discussions. We REALLY need help from you, the enthusiasts, to make this site all that it can be.

In closing, we’d like to extend a special thanks to the S and RS car owners and enthusiasts who make this site what it is.  We’ve been known for our more mature and level headed users over the years and we hope to see that trend continue.  Thanks and enjoy!

Darin Nederhoff

Founder, S-CARS.ORG

P.S. – It has come to our attention that Internet Explorer users may encounter some site compatibility issues when trying to view the web site. Prior to sending out our update e-mail the site was tested with Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari via iPhone and it seemed to be about the same in each. Since then however it appears that we’ve got an issue which is causing the registration and login box along with site menu and polls to vanish from the right side of the screen.

We’re looking for the cause of this issue but in the meantime if you’ve got another web browser at your disposal we’d suggest using it to view the site. You’ll be missing out if you don’t.
Finally, since the registration link is missing for IE users, you can do so directly via this URL:

Want To Join The Editorial Team?

S-CARS.ORG was built as a community based content management system with an easy to use back-end interface.

Are you an S-CAR owner and enthusiast that would like to help create new content, FAQs, etc. or simply help manage what is already here o­n the site? If so I would encourage you to contact me and introduce yourself. If you are selected, you will be given site editor status which will enable to you actively contribute and edit the content o­n this site. Feel creative? Here is your outlet!

I’d love to pump some new life into the S-CARS site for 2010 but I cannot do it alone. It would be wonderful to find some model specific expert enthusiasts looking to use their talents to make the site better. You can be a contributing editor or head up an entire division (I.E. S8 Division Editor) All division editors will be given an S-CARS.ORG email alias (if desired) as well as some other organizational bonuses.

The rules:

Site editors will have pretty much free creative control of their content but they will be expected to adhere to a few simple rules.

1. English language
2. Professional and polite. The site is PG-13 rated.
3. Respect intellectual copyrights. Get permission before reposting info from elsewhere o­nline and give credit.
4. Have fun… it isn’t a job, it is an outlet for you to express your creatively and meet a lot of interesting fellow S and RS car owners from around the world.
5. Be active. Don’t sign up so you can get press passes for your local auto show… do something. You don’t have to post every day or even every week, but everyone will benefit if you make an effort.

If that sounds interesting please send me a private message within the forums or email me at ( editor AT s-cars . org )

ANY registered user of S-CARS.ORG is able to contribute their own stories, FAQ, content, etc. to this site so even if you don’t want to take o­n an editorial role you can still be a part of shaping what is seen o­n the site.