Auto Sport Review magazine is a magazine about automobiles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Auto Sport Review magazine"
Autocar is a British automobile magazine published by Haymarket Magazines Ltd. It is the oldest surviving automobile magazine in the world, having begun publishing on November 2 1895 as The Autocar. It claims to have invented the road test in 1928, sampling the Austin Seven Gordon England Sunshine Saloon. It continues publishing weekly to this day, with only strikes in the 1970s having hampered its frequency. In 1988, it absorbed its long-time rival Motor magazine, founded on January 28 1903. ...more on Wikipedia about "Autocar"
Automobile Magazine is an automobile magazine in the United States. It was founded by a group of defectors from competitor, Car and Driver, led by that magazine's former editor, David E. Davis. ...more on Wikipedia about "Automobile Magazine"
AutoWeek is a weekly automobile magazine based in Detroit, Michigan. The content is divided between automotive news, vehicle reviews, and motorsports coverage. ...more on Wikipedia about "AutoWeek"
Car and Driver is an American automotive enthusiast magazine. Its total circulation of 1.37 million, according to the Magazine Publishers of America, makes it the most-popular auto magazine in the United States. It is owned by Hachette Filipacchi Magazines. ...more on Wikipedia about "Car and Driver"
Car Craft magazine is a magazine devoted to automobiles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Car Craft magazine"
Drag Racing USA is, as the name suggests, an American magazine about drag racing. ...more on Wikipedia about "Drag Racing USA"
European Automotive Design is a magazine targetting as its readership those involved in the final design of automobiles manufactured in Europe. ...more on Wikipedia about "European Automotive Design"
Evo magazine is a British car magazine dedicated to performance cars, from hot hatches to supercars. The first issue was produced in November 1998 and it publishes monthly. ...more on Wikipedia about "Evo Magazine"
Excellence: The Magazine About Porsche (known simply as Excellence and originally named Porsche Magazine) is a magazine published by Ross Periodicals for owners and fans of Porsche cars. ...more on Wikipedia about "Excellence (magazine)"
Hemmings Classic Car, published by Hemmings Motor News, is the monthly magazine that informs, educates and entertains the reader with everything there is to know about the world of American-built collector cars. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hemmings Classic Car"
Hemmings Motor News is an automobile magazine founded by Ernest Hemmings in Quincy, Illinois, in 1954. The first issue consisted of 4 pages, and 500 copies were sold at 50¢ per copy. Today, Hemmings has over 210,000 subscribers, paying $31.95 for a one-year, 12-issue subscription. An additional 50,000 copies are sold at newsstands and bookstores throughout the United States for $5.99 a copy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hemmings Motor News"
Hemmings Muscle Machines has been created, edited and designed to be a unique publication devoted to five decades of the All-American Performance Car—from the road-burners of the fabulous fifties to today's sophisticated offerings from Detroit. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hemmings Muscle Machines"
Hemmings Sports & Exotic Car, published by Hemmings Motor News, caters to those automobile enthusiasts who are very interested in foreign-built collector cars and who want to learn more about these fascinating, non-American-built automobiles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hemmings Sports & Exotic Car"
Hot Rod magazine is one of the older magazines devoted to the hobby of hot rodding, modifying automobiles for performance and appearance, having been published since 1948. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hot Rod Magazine"
Motor Life magazine is a magazine devoted to automobiles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Motor Life magazine"
Motor is an Australian motoring magazine published by ACP Magazines. Motor magazine was originally Modern Motor, the former word connecting it with its first publishing company. However, colloquially it was called Motor, and it formally adopted this title in the late 1990s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Motor magazine"
Motor Trend is one of the oldest automotive magazines still publishing. It first appeared in September, 1949, issued by Petersen Publishing Company in Los Angeles, and bearing the tag line, The Magazine for a Motoring World. Today it is part of the Primedia Group and boasts a paid circulation of over one million readers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Motor Trend"
Popular Hot Rodding is an American automotive magazine dedicated to high ...more on Wikipedia about "Popular Hot Rodding"
Road & Track is an automobile enthusiast magazine in the United States, founded by two friends in 1947. It is owned by Hachette Filipacchi Magazines and is published monthly. ...more on Wikipedia about "Road & Track"
Rodders' Handbook is a magazine devoted to hot rod automobiles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rodders' Handbook" Connect with http://www.shortopedia.com. shortopedia
Speed Age was an American automobile magazine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Speed Age"
Speed Mechanics is an American automotive magazine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Speed Mechanics"
Sports Car International is an automobile magazine in the United States focused on sports cars. It is unabashedly enthusiast-oriented, assuming a good knowledge of sports cars, racing, and automotive history. Editor Jay Lamm has worked at other publications, including Autoweek, and has written books on cars like the Mazda Miata. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sports Car International"
Top Gear is a car magazine published by BBC Worldwide, and named after the BBC's Top Gear television show. It was first published in 1994 and is published monthly. ...more on Wikipedia about "Top Gear (magazine)" shortopedia, it's as simple as that!
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