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A true wealth of information.† Fantastic color photos.† original First Editions.† hardbound.† horizontal format.† printed on high quality glossy stock.† each issue is approx. 8.5" tall by 10.5" wide.† †112 pages each, unless stated otherwise.†† The Rolls Royce of automotive literature!† They contain some of the most comprehensive & valuable information in the automotive world.† Including: manufacturing. design. engineering. artistry. prototype. racing machinery and more.† vintage to the most modern.† All the "firsts"; the "bests and the "worst".

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1960's issues

Spring 1962.† Vol. 1.† No. 1.† first edition with original large style binding.† Articles include: Phil Hill; Pininfarina's Ferraris; Luigi Chinetti; Barney Oldfield; Lincoln Continental; Duesenberg; Leslie Saalburg art; 1750 Alfa & The Giulietta; motoring thoroughbreds and art in advertising.† minor wear to top and edge of spine.† 108 pages.† Very First Issue!!† name neatly written on fronticepage.† excellent plus or nicer.† 75.00

Summer 1962.† Vol. 1.† No. 2.† first edition with original large style binding.† Articles include: Sebring; Ormond Beach; luxury motorcars; Lord Montagu's museum at Beaulieu; early French motorcars; New York to Paris races and Montaut.† 108 pages.† name neatly written on fronticepage.† edge wear and minor chipping.† very good or nicer.† 60.00

Fall 1962.† Vol. 1.† No. 3.† first edition with original large style binding.† Articles include: Packard history and advertising; Abarth; GM's Firebird III; dream cars; 1963 Corvette Sting Ray; 1904 Franklin race; Cord and Harrah's Museum with art portfolio.† 108 pages.† name neatly written on fronticepage.† minor edge wear.† excellent.† 55.00

Winter 1962.† Vol. 1. No. 4.† first edition with original large style binding.† Articles include: Renault; art portfolio; Roy Nockolds; Front wheel drive; Pininfarina; the Henry Ford Museum; "Old 999" and the "Green Pill" mystery.† 108 pages.† name neatly written on fronticepage.† minor edge wear.† excellent.† 50.00

Spring 1963.† Vol. 2. No. 1.† Articles include: LeMans; Ford Racing; Stutz; Char-Volant; Clarence P. Hornburg; three-wheelers and Rolls-Royce.†† name neatly written on fronticepage.† minor edge wear and light soiling to the white cover.† excellent.† 42.00

Summer 1963.† Vol. 2. No. 2.† Articles include: Stanley Steamer; steam cars; Hershey swap meet; the Duesenberg Special; the GT Car; Walter Gotschke art portfolio; duPont and tire technology.†† name neatly written on fronticepage.† minor edge wear.† excellent.† 42.00

Fall 1963.† Vol. 2. No. 3.† Articles include: Lincoln; Ralph De Palma; Indianapolis racing; photo gallery of Indy racers; Lancaster; Haynes-Apperson; the Jack Frost collection; Fiat; Ford; turbine cars and the London to Brighton.†† name neatly written on fronticepage.† minor edge wear.† excellent.† 42.00

Winter 1963.† Vol. 2. No. 4.† Articles include: Bentley; Porsche; Brooks Stevens collection; ISO; Simplex; Preston Tucker; portfolio of early Mercedes- Benz art and Mercedes 600.†† name neatly written on fronticepage.† minor wear.† excellent.† 42.00

Spring 1964.† Vol. 3. No. 1.† Articles include: Hispano- Suiza; Peter Helck art; Studebaker; Glenn Pray Cord; Enzo Ferrari; Ferrari 330 GT; Gyrocar and history of Jaguar.††name neatly written on fronticepage.† minor wear.† excellent.† 40.00

Summer 1964.† Vol. 3. No. 2.† Articles include: Invicta; Delahaye; Pikes Peak Hill Climb; Grand Prix; Brook Stevens; Sunbeam; Hanomag and Volkswagen.† † name neatly written on fronticepage.† minor wear.† excellent.† 40.00

Fall 1964.† Vol. 3. No. 3.† Articles include: Campbell's Bluebird; land speed records; history of Cadillac; Vauxhall 30/98; Mustang; Italian coachbuilding and Paris-Madrid 1903.††† name neatly written on fronticepage.† minor wear.† excellent.† 40.00

Winter 1964 (says 1965).† Vol. 3. No. 4.† Articles include: Alfa Romeo; Briggs Cunningham's cars; the Cunningham; Mercer-Cobra; Mercer and art by Sakhnoffsky.†††name neatly written on fronticepage.† minor wear.† excellent.† 40.00

Spring/Summer 1965.† Vol. 4. No. 1.† Articles include: Lago; Model A Ford; predecessors to the automobile; Formula racing art by Gotschke; Tucker; Knight; National Museum of Holland; Italian coachbuilding; Colin Chapman and Delaunay-Belleville.††† name neatly written on fronticepage.† minor wear.† excellent.† 30.00

Winter 1965.† Vol. 4. No. 3.† Articles include: Opel; four wheel drive vehicles; Watkins Glen; the Selden Patent and the Gordon Bennett Race.† minor wear.† excellent.† 30.00

Spring 1966.† Vol. 4. No. 4.† Articles include: the Taylor Steam Buggy; Duesenberg; P. F. Sigma; Peugeot; Italian sports cars and Gordon Crosby.†tear to binding at top of spine.† otherwise excellent.† 30.00

FIRST INDEX.† Vol. 1 #1 thru Vol. IV #4 (Spring 1962 to Spring 1966).† tight and clean.† excellent or nicer.† 24.50

Summer 1966.† Vol. 5.† No. 1.† Articles include: C. S. Rolls; Rolls-Royce; The Flying Lady; Silver Shadow and Phantoms; Pininfarina; Dirt Track racing with poster; Jensen and Plymouth.† minor wear.† excellent.† 30.00

Fall 1966.† Vol. 5.† No. 2.† Articles include: the Art Center College; Detroit's cars for 1967; cars of Wills; classic car bodies; 1908 Gran Prix; Lamborghini; Ford at LeMans; London to Brighton Run with poster and Morgan.† minor wear.† excellent.† 30.00

Winter 1967 (1966 issue).† Vol. 5. No. 3.† Articles include: Franklin; Plymouth Barracuda; Richard Dudgeon; Maserati; Six Cylinder Love; Lalique hood ornaments; LaSalle; Mercedes the man; Mercedes-Benz cars today and the Daimler-Benz museum.† minor wear.† excellent.† 30.00

Spring 1967.† Vol. 5. No. 4.† Articles include: Fiat racing; Fiat Dino; Balilla; Fiat 124; Edward Joel Pennington; Auburn; GM styling; the Swiss Transport Museum and Wedge design concepts.† minor wear.† excellent.† 30.00

Summer 1967.† Vol. 6. No. 1.† Articles include: Bugatti history; portfolio; Type 35B and engines; with foldout poster; Cadillac Eldorado; future of the automobile; Chrysler's early years; Jaguar XK-120; and 427 Cobra.† minor wear.† excellent.† 30.00

Fall 1967.† Vol. 6. No. 2.† Articles include: Pegaso; Panhard et Levassor; auto aerodynamics; coachbuilding; Vanderbilt Cup Race; Locomobile's "Old 16; Toyota 2000 GT and Museo dell'Automobile Carlo Biscaretti di Ruffia.† minor wear.† excellent.† 30.00

Winter 1968.† Vol. 6. No. 3.† Articles include: Pierce- Arrow; AMX-Javelin; Milton O. Reeves; GP of the 30's; Walter Gotschke portfolio with foldout poster; Auburn and BMW.† wear to top of spine.† minor wear.† excellent.† 30.00

Spring 1968.† Vol. 6. No. 4.† Articles include: the Bentley Boys; Bentley racing; Blower and R-Type Bentleys; the internal combustion engine; DeTomaso; Lincoln Continental and the Cord L-29.† cream colored binding is soiled.† minor wear.† excellent.† 30.00

Summer 1968.† Vol. 7. No. 1.† Articles include: Rudolph Caracciola: his cars and family; the SSK; Darrin; Darrin's Super 8 Victoria; Buick and Buick's "Bug That Roared".† minor wear.† excellent.† 30.00

Fall 1968.† Vol. 7. No. 2.† Articles include: Marmon history; design; portfolio; racing and the V-16; Mille Miglia; Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 and Chrysler.† minor wear.† excellent.† 30.00

Winter 1969.† Vol. 7. No. 3.† Articles include: Can-Am racing; De Tomaso Mangusta; Chevrolet; Corvette; Brewster; Edsel; Tatra; Elisabeth Junek and Lagonda LG6.† minor wear.† excellent.† 30.00

Summer 1969.† Vol. 8. No. 1.† Articles include: Auto Union Grand Prix Car; Monteverdi; Doble; steam cars and Pungs-Finch.† minor wear.†† excellent.† 30.00

Fall 1969.† Vol. 8. No. 2.† Articles include: Ferrari 275 GTB/4; Cisitalia; Adams-Farwell; Mercury; Tommy Milton; Ruxton; "Goldie" Gardner and MG TC.† minor wear.†† excellent.† 30.00

1970's issues

Spring 1970.† Vol. 8. No. 3.† Articles include: Harry Stutz; Fred Moskovics; Stutz racing; DV-32; Blackhawk and history with poster; Jim Hall; Watkins Glen and Mercedes-Benz C111.† minor wear.†† excellent.† 30.00

Summer 1970.† Vol. 8. No. 4.† Articles include: Pantera; Allard; Grendel; J2X; Corvair; Ferrari; Thomas and Rolls-Royce.† minor wear.†† excellent.† 30.00

Fall 1970.† Vol. 9. No. 1.† Articles include: Brooklands Race Track; Napier-Railton; Riley; Citroen; Ford Thunderbird and Sears.† minor wear.†† excellent.† 30.00

Fall/Winter 1970.† Vol. 9.† No. 2.† Articles include: Porsche; the man and the cars; origins of supercharging; Chadwick; the 540K; Monteverdi Hai and a Mercedes- Benz 540K car portrait.† minor wear.†† excellent.† 30.00

Spring 1971.† Vol. 9. No. 3.† Articles include: Carrosserie Nonpareil; Saoutchik; "Wooden Wonders"; Kaiser-Frazer; Peter Helck; Frank Reisner's Intermeccanica and Kissell.† minor wear.†† excellent.† 30.00

3rd Quarter 1972.† Vol. 10. No. 3.† Articles include: Studebaker; Bugatti Royale; Connaught and the history of Burma Shave's verses by the road.† minor wear at top of spine.†† excellent.† 19.50

4th Quarter 1972.† Vol. 10. No. 4.† Articles include:† 1973 American Cars; American Motors; Chrysler; Ford; General Motors; Model T; Tourist Tropy race in Ulster.† spine worn and chipped.† otherwise excellent.† 17.50

2nd Quarter 1973.† Vol. 11. No. 2.† Articles include: Triumph; Pontiac Grand Am; Packard; Messerschmitt; Alfa Romeo and Alco.† minor wear.†† excellent.† 19.50

2nd Quarter 1974. Vol. 12. No. 2.† Special issue dedicated to Bentley and Rolls-Royce/Bentley automobiles. Features three Articles include: these marques; plus Articles include: Tasco; drag racing; Cartercar; Maybach and Zeppelin.† minor wear.†† excellent.† 19.50

3rd Quarter 1974. Vol. 12. No. 3.† Articles include: the LeBaron coachbuilders; Rudolf Diesel; Fords of the 1930's; the 1903 Paris-Madrid Race and Studebaker's Hawk.† minor wear.†† excellent.† 19.50

4th Quarter 1974. Vol. 12. No. 4.† Articles include: Lancia; "Selling the Automobile to the Ladies"; Gaylord; Buick Royal and Cyclecars.†† back edge of bottom of spine has tear.† minor wear.†† excellent.† 19.50

1st Quarter 1975.† Vol. 13. No. 1.† Articles include: dream cars; Speedwell; the Cannon Ball and Cannon Ball Baker; Amilcar; the "Bitter Diplomat CD"; the Graham Brothers and Dupont by Merrimac.† wear to top of spine.† † excellent.† 19.50

2nd Quarter 1975.† Vol. 13. No. 2.† Articles include: Mercedes- Benz 300 SL; Kelsey; Harry Schell; Jordan and Citroen.†† wear to top of spine.† excellent.† 19.50

3rd Quarter 1975.† Vol. 13. No. 3.† Articles include: James Scripps-Booth; E.R.A.; the R3A and R1B; Packard; Saab; mascots; tail fins and V-8's and Paul Jaray.†† wear to top of spine.† excellent.† 19.50

4th Quarter 1975.† Vol. 13. No. 4.† Articles include: Gabriel Voisin; Chrysler Letter Cars; the Filipinetti Collection; Leonisis; The Colliers and Rickenbacker.†† wear to top of spine.† excellent.† 19.50

1st Quarter 1976.† Vol. 14.† No. 1.† Articles include: Articles include: the Reo; Monsieur Traction Avant; Veritas; Tom McCahill; Castagna and Sheepshead Bay Speedway.† minor wear to corners.† excellent.†† 19.50

2nd Quarter 1977.† Vol. 15.† No. 2.† Articles include: Nash; Charlie Nash; Nash in the Mille Miglia; TVR and the Lanchester.† small tear to bottom of spine.† excellent.† 19.00

3rd Quarter 1977.† Vol. 15.† No. 3.† Articles include: Firebird Trans Am; Invicta; Albert De Dion; De Dion; Maserati 450S Le mans; Willie K. Vanderbilt and the Model J.† 21.50

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1st Quarter 1978.† Vol. 16.† No. 1.† Articles include:† Crosley; HWM; boat tail cars; Hupmobile and panelbeating.† 19.50

3rd Quarter 1978.† Vol. 16. No. 3.† Articles include:† Shelsley Walsh; Shelby Mustang; Supercharged Mercedes; Pontiac and Mazda RX-7.† 19.50

4th Quarter 1978.† Vol. 16. No. 4.† Articles include:† Alexis de Sakhnoffsky and Mills Lane; Edward Budd; Jean-Pierre Wimille; Cadillac Eldorado; Spyker and Alvia.† 19.50

2nd Quarter 1979.† Vol. 17. No. 2.† Articles include:† Ferrari Scuderia; Benjamin Briscoe; Phantom III; Austin-Healey Fours; Karl Martin's Wasp; Postwar Lincolns and Temperino.† 19.50

3rd Quarter 1979.† Vol. 17. No. 3.† Articles include:† the Franklin; Chevrolet 1955-57; Napier; SAAB 900 Turbo; Vintage 86; John N. Willys; Ulmann and U.S. Grand Prix.† 19.50

4th Quarter 1979.† Vol. 17. No. 4.† Articles include:† the E-M-F; Monte Carlo and Falcon Sprint; Bugatti 471; Scale 1/43; Sammy Davis; Lincoln for the 80's; designs by Forghieri color portfolio and Bucciali.† 19.50

1980's issues

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1st Quarter 1980.† Vol. 18. No. 1.† Articles include:† dirt track racing; speedsters; sprints; midgets; Aston Martin; Deutsch-Bonnet; Dodge; Studebaker and Panhard.† 19.50

2nd Quarter 1980.† Vol. 18.† No. 2.† Articles include:† the Buick Riviera; John Weitz; Sizaire and Naudin; Sizaire-Berwick-Sizaire Feres; Racing Reverie; E. L. Cord; Cord color portfolio and Pierce-Arrow.† 19.50

3rd Quarter 1980.† Vol. 18.† No. 3.† Articles include:† launching the Chevrolet; Lotus Elite; Racing by Laser; Trojan; Duesenberg-Mercedes Match Race; Carrozzeria Touring Super Leggera; Carrozzeria color portfolio and Toronado.†† top of spine has ding.† 18.50

4th Quarter 1980.† Vol. 18. No. 4.† Articles include:† the VW Beetle; Warriors of Chelsea; Sir William Lyons; DAF; Geo Ham and Rescuing the Chevrolet.† small damage to top of spine.† 19.50

1st Quarter 1981.† Vol. 19. No. 1.† Articles include:† AMX and Javelin; the first Land Rovers; Chevrolet Six; Lea Francis; Miller and the Renault Fuego.† 19.50

3rd Quarter 1981.† Vol. 19. No. 3.† Articles include:† the Delahaye; Cheetah; Pininfarina Quartz; Schutter and van Bakel; Audi Quattro; Automobile Stock Certificates; Packard Gary Wolf; commercial vehicles between wars and 1940/41 GMC bodies.† 19.50

4th Quarter 1981.† Vol. 19. No. 4.† Articles include:† Bugatti; Mark Donohue's Porsche 917-30; Militaire; Bob Burman; Labourdette Phantom III; Chevrolet and a postwar finale.† 19.50

1st Quarter 1982.† Vol. 20. No. 1.† Articles include:† Cugnot; GP in the 50's; Harley Earl; Figoni et Falaschi; DeSoto and GM experimental cars.† 19.50

Unless state otherwise - all copies are First Editions in excellent plus to mint with no flaws!

4th Quarter 1982.† Vol. 20. No. 4.† Articles include:† MG history and portfolio; board track racing; Cadillac V-16 and muscle cars.† 19.50

1st Quarter 1983.† Vol. 21. No. 1.† Articles include:† Duesenberg; Armstrong-Siddeley; French Grand Prix: 1906-1925; Porsche and Pontiac GTO.† 19.50

2nd Quarter 1983.† Vol. 21. No. 2.† Articles include:† Lagonda; Imperial; Premier; Ballot; Kamm; DeLorean and Pierce Arrow.† 19.50

3rd Quarter 1983.† Vol. 21. No. 3.†† Articles include:† Buick GSX; Austin Seven; 1959 Chevrolet; V-8 engines; ASA; American underslung; Scarab and Bugatti Type 57.† 19.50

4th Quarter 1983.† Vol. 21. No. 4.† Articles include:† Packard by LeBaron; Aston Martin; Thunderbird; Miller; Leon Duray and Pontiac Fiero.† 19.50

4th Quarter 1984.† Vol. 22. No. 4.†† Articles include:† Cadillac V- 16; Volvo 1800; Locomobile; Boss Mustangs; Bentley and Merkur XR4Ti.† 19.50

2nd Quarter 1987.† Vol. 25.† No. 2.† articles include:†the Countach. 1934 Bendix SWC. Mercury's Fling in the fast lane. Hammel. 1912 Hudson by James Young and a Fisher Guide Scrapbook 1930-1968.† 19.00

2nd Quarter 1988.† Vol. 26.† No. 2.† articles include:†the GTO. Bill Mitchell. Wilkinson. Molsheim. Waterhouse. Borgward and NASCAR.† 17.50

3rd Quarter 1988.† Vol. 26.† No. 3.† articles include:†Tucker. Tremulis. S.P.O.. show cars/dream cars/prototypes. the big Healey and the Stevens Ghost. 17.50

4th Quarter 1988.† Vol. 26.† No. 4.† articles include:†Auburn. GHIA. Ford's Italian connection. the Classic Mercedes. the Australian Musclecar and the Final Barracuda.† 17.50

1st Quarter 1989.† Vol. 27.† No. 1.† articles include:†Franklin Hershey. Enzo Ferrari. Tripoli Grand Prix. yesterday's racers. muscle cars and Otis Chandler.† 17.50

2nd Quarter 1989.† Vol. 27.† No. 2.† articles include:† Marmon's Masterpieces. Farouk's Ferrari. Detroit Electric. Brad Schmehl. high performance valve gear. Rolls-Bentley. Alfa 2.9 and the Australian muscle car.† 17.50

3rd Quarter 1989.† Vol. 27.† No. 3.† articles include:† 1989 Cougar and T-Bird. Karmann's Arias. Abarth 207-A. Phillipe Charbonneaux. Vauxhalls. Cosworth Vega and Mercedes 170 V Cabriolet A.† 17.50

4th Quarter 1989.† Vol. 27.† No. 4.† articles include:†Packard. miniatures. Liege-Winter Marathon. Gable and Cooper. Emmanuel Zurini. Walt Hansgen. the Hansgen- Jaguar Special and Formula 3.† a few small scuff marks on the yellow material.† otherwise near mint or better.† 17.50

Unless state otherwise - all copies are First Editions in excellent plus to mint with no flaws!

1990's issues

1st Quarter 1990.† Vol. 28.† No. 1.† articles include:† the Monroe. TR Odyssey. Mercedes-Benz 540K. Cunningham. the Great American Race. Felix Wankel's Rotary.† Lexus and Infiniti.† 17.50

3rd Quarter 1990.† Vol. 28.† No. 3.† articles include:† BMC's Mini Coopers. 1906 Six Cylinders. Ranger Aircraft engines. Duryea. Melbourne Brindle.† Mercedes-Benz SL's. Cunningham and the L-88 at LeMans.† 17.50

4th Quarter 1990.† Vol. 28.† No. 4.† articles include:† The Pierce- Arrow. the talents of Dawley. Fergusson and others and Pierce in WWI.†† 17.50

Winter 1993.† Vol. 31.† No. 2.† articles include:†U.S. limited production sports cars. Kurtis. Bocar. Playboy. Gordini. Marathon. Dennis Hoyt and the Bullion Bentley. 17.50

Unless state otherwise - all copies are First Editions in excellent plus to mint with no flaws!

October 1993.† Vol. 32.† No. 2.† articles include:† Ken Purdy. Metropolitan. Jensen. Coventry Climax engines. the cars of Jackson. Michigan. Maserati 250S Supercortemaggiore prototype. Ford's Canadian-built cars.† 17.50

November 1994.† Vol. 33.† No. 3.† articles include: † Corvair. Fleetwood Metal Body. anti-automobile resistance. early M.G.s. Mario Andretti. the cars of Moline. Illinois. Franco Scaglione. Bertone's B.A.T.s.† 17.50

Unless state otherwise - all copies are First Editions in excellent plus to mint with no flaws!

December 1995.† Vol. 34.† No. 4.† articles include:† Special Chevrolet issue. The birth of Chevrolet. the early years. Chevy engines. Trucks: postwar Chevrolet. market dominance. competition. Chevrolet in recent years.† 17.50

Unless state otherwise - all copies are First Editions in excellent plus to mint with no flaws!

February 1997.† Vol. 36.† No. 2.† Articles include: duPont Model G sedan. Jensen-Ford. Motor Camping. Oldsmobile XP-888-GT. US Motor. 1913 Renault 22hp Landoulet. Tommy Hinnershitz and 1941 Pontiac Custom Torpedo Woody Wagon.† 17.50

1998.† Vol. 38.† No. 2.† Dodge Coronet. Robert McNamara. origins of the Japanese auto industry. Olds Heritage Museum. Blue Ridge Parkway. Jud Larson. catwalk cooling.† photographer Jay Texter and Jaguar C-Type. 17.50

1999.† Vol. 38 #4.† articles include:† Oldsmobile 4-4-2 W-30. Designers John and Tom Tjaarda. American automobiles in Brazil. Lotus Elan SI. Haynes-Apperson. history of the Spa race course. the art of Gerald Freeman. 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz.† 17.50

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Fall 1965.† Vol. 4. No. 2.† Articles include: the Bertone Mustang; Nuccio Bertone; drag racing; Horch; MG history of record cars; the Glenn Pray Cord; Peking to Paris 1907 race and Le Automobile Club de France.† minor wear.† excellent.† sold out

Spring 1969.† Vol. 7. No. 4.† Articles include: Carabo; Lozier; the first Indy 500; Ford Maverick; Railton; Brazil's Puma GT and Count Zborowski's "Chitties".† minor wear.†† excellent.† sold out

Summer 1971.† Vol. 9.† No. 4.† Articles include: Mudolo; Hudson; the steel-belted radial tire; postwar collectables and the Datsun 240Z.† minor wear.†† excellent.† sold out

1st Quarter 1972.† Vol. 10. No. 1.† Articles include: Simon Templar's Hirondel; the Soap Engine; Rolls-Royce by Fernandez and Darrin; the Opel GT; Bol D'Or; T-Head Mercer Raceabout; Model T Ford Raceabout; AC and the 427 Cobra.† minor wear.†† excellent.† sold out

2nd Quarter 1972.† Vol. 10. No. 2.† Articles include: the Model J Duesenberg; Leslie Saalburg Portfolio; plastic cars and Ford Pre-T.† minor wear to top of spine.† excellent.† sold out

1st Quarter 1973. Vol. 11. No. 1.† Articles include: BMW Turbo; Frazer-Nash; Mazda; Tazio Nuvolari and Peerless.† minor wear.†† excellent.† sold out

3rd Quarter 1973.† Vol. 11. No. 3.† Articles include: GP cars of the 40's; Poindexter; Ernest Henry; Squire; Chrysler Town and Country; Biddle; Giorgetto Giugiaro and Lotus Esprit.† minor wear.†† excellent.† sold out

4th Quarter 1973.† Vol. 11. No. 4.† Articles include: Coppa Floria; Targa Florio; Model A Ford; South American VW; Kurtis and Crane-Simplex.† minor wear.†† excellent.† sold out

1st Quarter 1974. Vol. 12. No. 1.† Articles include: the Isotta Fraschini; LeMans 1973; Matra; Empire; pedal cars and Continental Mark II.† minor wear.†† excellent.† sold out

2nd Quarter 1976.† Vol. 14.† No. 2.† Articles include: the Delage; Henson; Ferrari 312T; Zephyr and Russo-Baltique.†† sold out

3rd Quarter 1976.† Vol. 14.† No. 3.† Articles include: Pierce-Arrow artists; Adolph Treidler; Facel Vega; John Walter Christie; Ford; the fabric body; Rochet- Schneider and Cobra.† sold out

4th Quarter 1976.† Vol. 14.† No. 4.† Articles include: Porsche; Camille du Gast; Lincoln's KB; B.R.M. V-16; American Austin and Bantam and Pratt.†† sold out

1st Quarter 1977.† Vol. 15.† No. 1.† Articles include: H.R.G.; Alfred Momo; J. Gurney Nutting Coachbuilders with portfolio; cars of the 50's and Franklin.† sold out

4th Quarter 1977.† Vol. 15.† No. 4.† Articles include: Adler; Oldsmobile 88; Ghia Megastar; Vail; Stanley Harold Arnolt III; Arnolt-Bristol; etc.† sold out

2nd Quarter 1978.† Vol. 16. No. 2.†† Articles include:† Vintage Racing; Rambler; Ed Cole; Hispano-Suiza; Flathead Mercury; Corbu and Renault's Le Car.† sold out

1st Quarter 1979.† Vol. 17. No. 1.† Articles include:† the Dodge Brothers; Dodge; MGA; gas guzzlers; retractable Ford; Lagonda and George Rand.† sold out

2nd Quarter 1981.† Vol. 19. No. 2.† Articles include:† the 1923 Mercer; Sports Car Racing on the West Coast; Frank de Causse; the 1917 Locomobile 48; Chevrolet in the 1930's; Robert E. Von Eberhorst and the Buick Riviera.†sold out

2nd Quarter 1982.† Vol. 20. No. 2.† Articles include:† Knox; Alan Leamy; L-29 Cord; Ruxton; Pontiac; W. F. Bradley; Frank Costin and Lotus.† sold out

3rd Quarter 1982.† Vol. 20. No. 3.† Articles include:† Stutz Bearcat; Stutz history and portfolio; art of Rene Vincent; Corvair; Mercedes-Benz and Packard.† sold out

SECOND INDEX.† Twenty Year Cumulative Index.† Volumes I thru XX.† 227 pages.† near mint.† sold out

1st Quarter 1984.† Vol. 22. No. 1.† Articles include:† Station Wagons; Sunbeam Tiger; Minerva; Fageol and flying Cars.† sold out

2nd Quarter 1984.† Vol. 22. No. 2.† Articles include:† the Auburn; Ford 1945-1960; Count Elliot Zborowski; Hemi; DeDion Bouton; sleeping beauties; Cole and 1984 European models.† sold out

3rd Quarter 1984.† Vol. 22. No. 3.†† Articles include:† sculpture; William Harrah; Rolls-Royce; Edward Rumpler; 427 Cobra; Winton and VW. sold out

1st† Quarter 1985.† Vol. 23.† No. 1.† Articles include: Frazer Nash. Lamborghini. IMSA. the Golden Submarine. cars of the 60's. Abarth and Cadillac Sixteen.†† sold out

2nd Quarter 1985.† Vol. 23.†† No. 2.† Articles include: Lotus Seven. Plymouth. Siata. the art of Diego Rivera. Daimler and Le Skiff.† sold out

3rd Quarter 1985.† Vol. 23.† No. 3.† Articles include: Stoddard- Dayton. Bizzarrini. Gordon Keeble. Derham Coachbuilders. The TIN TOY Automobile. Devin.† sold out

4th Quarter 1985.† Vol. 23.† No. 4.† Articles include: Jaguar XJ13. Murphy Coachbuilders. Lincoln Continental. Charles Duryea. Lago. Lunar Roving Vehicle and Brothers Farman.† sold out

1st† Quarter 1986.† Vol. 24.† No. 1.† Articles include: Daimler-Benz innovations.† Mercedes-Benz. 1886-1986. Mercedes-Benz 124 Series. portable engines. 280 SE 3.5 and 540K.† sold out

2nd Quarter 1986.† Vol. 24.† No. 2.† Articles include: Rickenbacker. Alfa Romeo. Sterling. Dodge. Opel GT. Russian Packard and Soap Box Derby.† sold out

3rd Quarter 1986.† Vol. 24.† No. 3.† Articles include: 1934 LaSalle. Datsun 240-Z. Brush. Andre Dubonnet. Ferguson. 1914 Gran Prix Delage and Corvette.† minor dings on bottom edge of binding.† excellent plus.† sold out

4th Quarter 1986.† Vol. 24.† No. 4.† Articles include: the Mercury. Bugatti Royale. Donald Healey. Mercury Cougar. Chandler and Daimler-Benz.† minor nicks long top edge of binding.† excellent plus.† sold out

1st Quarter 1987.† Vol. 25.† No. 1.† articles include:†G. B. Brayton. F. E. and F. O. Stanley. Stanley cars. Murphy's Duesy. World's Fair 33. Z06 Sting Ray and Taurus/Sable.† sold out

3rd Quarter 1987.† Vol. 25.† No. 3.† articles include:†Cadillac 1956 El Dorado Biarritz. GHIA. GHJIA. 1929 Auburn Cabin Speedster. Wilfredo Ricart. BMW 2002. Pathfinder and XJ6.† sold out

4th Quarter 1987.† Vol. 25.† No. 4.† articles include:† Mille Miglia. Ace and Aceca. the de Rothschild Hispano-Suizas. Issac De Rivaz and Barracuda.† sold out

1st Quarter 1988.† Vol. 26.† No. 1.† articles include:†the half- scale Reo. Ferrari's first born son. Bentley Continental. Pace Car design. the stagger valve head. Kamm's car. George Whittell. Duesenberg and the Million Mile Volkswagen.† sold out

2nd Quarter 1990.† Vol. 28.† No. 2.† articles include:† Johnny Thomson. Kuzma-Schmidt Special. Bay State automobile. auto art. Stutz racing. Hispano-Suiza. VW Beetle. Ford Lotus-Cortina and Buick's Reatta.†† sold out

January 1991.† Vol. 29.† No. 1.† articles include:†† MGA Coupe. Peugeot. Gray-Dort. Edgar Roy's miniatures. Chrysler cars of the Exner Era. Jarrott and Edge-Edwardian rivalry. sold out

March 1991.† Vol. 29.† No. 2.† articles include:† Monteverdi Mystique. Yankee car companies. Frisbie. Locomobile. two-stroke engines. ERA and GTO.† sold out

May 1991.† Vol. 29.† No. 3.† articles include:† Camaros. Edsel Ford. Crosley cars of Frank Lloyd Wright. Lincoln Highway. Peugeot Racing. Summit. Aston Martin DB3 and Japanese sports cars.† sold out

August 1991.† Vol. 29.† No. 4.† articles include:† Stout's Scarab. C. W. Van Ranst. AC428. Body by Fisher. Bertone Ferrari 250 GTs. Frazer Nash LeMans Coupe. Joseph Vollmer. Victor Christen and BMW's beginnings.† sold out

October 1991.† Vol. 30.† No. 1.† Thirtieth Anniversary issue. articles include:†1962 American. British. European and Japanese cars. dream and racing cars. auto advertising. motorsports at the race track and car magazines.†† sold out

Winter 1992.† Vol. 30.† No. 2.† articles include:†Dick Teague. the Catalina vs. Bel Air. Dick Seaman. Delage. Giulio Ramponi. Checker. prewar Morgan and the 1910 Marion Special Roadster. sold out

Summer 1992.† Vol. 30.† No. 4.† articles include:† Friedrich S. Duesenberg. August S. Duesenberg. Duesenberg A and Model J. people who owned Duesenbergs and the history of Duesenberg.† sold out

Fall 1992.† Vol. 31.† No. 1.† articles include:† 1932 DeSoto SC. atomic cars. electric cars. Pilain. Edsel. 1928 Hispano-Suiza H6C and the Saturn.†† sold out

Spring 1993.† Vol. 31.† No. 3.† articles include:† Jaguar Marks. Joel Thorne. Case. World's Fairs. Coates-Goshen. Offy engines and Kuzma-Offy.† small rip in cover material near spine.† otherwise near mint to mint.† sold out

Summer 1993.† Vol. 31.† No. 4.† articles include:†the F.R.P. White Steamers. Ford Speedster. Trans-Australian Tours. Peter Hearsey. Templar. early Swedish automobiles. the search for the oldest Buick and Denny Hulme.† sold out

Fall 1993.† Vol. 32.† No. 1.† articles include:† Ransom E. Olds. Triumph Tours. Cars of Chrisman. Illinois. Dinky Toys. Mitchell. Dyna Panhard. Columbia River Scenic Highway. Grand Sport Corvettes.† sold out

January 1994.† Vol. 32.† No. 3.† articles include:† Cisitalia. Zagato. Penske's Trans-Am Camaros. Chrysler's Canadian-built cars. Glenn Curtiss and his Aerocar trailers. Metz. automobiles on stamps. automatic transmission.† sold out

April 1994.† Vol. 32.† No. 4.† articles include:† Special Chrysler issue. Walter P. Chrysler. Chrysler's emergence. K.T. Keller era. Chrysler engineering. Chrysler styling. Selling through advertising. Competition. Chrysler's re-emergence.†† sold out

July 1994.† Vol. 33.† No. 1.† articles include:†Buick Concepts (Dream Cars). A Century of Automotive Alliances. Pope-Robinson. Bricklin. the Maybach SW series. Louie Meyer. Porsche 911. General Motors' Maple Leaf Mutants.† sold out

September 1994.† Vol. 33.† No. 2.† articles include: †ReVere. Rambler. Lincoln Marks. Louis Coatalen. Horch. artist Tom Hale. Bohman & Schwartz Custom Cadillac. Australia's Ilinga.†† sold out

February 1995.† Vol. 33.† No. 4.† articles include:† Chevrolet Nomad. Hooper Coachbuilders. Moretti. Spen King. ABS. concours d'elegance. Watkin's Glen. Bill Schindler.†† sold out

1995.† Vol. 34.† No. 1.† articles include:† Albert Kahn. 1955 Chrysler C300. Frua. 1884 DeDion Quadracycle. Packard Clipper. So-Cal Special Lakester. German Concept Cars. Petersen Automotive Museum. Pat Moss-Carlson.† sold out

July 1995.† Vol. 34.† No. 2.† articles include:† Delage D8. Letourneur & Marchand. Long Island Motor Parkway. Dorothy Deen. Doretti. Bugatti EB 110 SS. Cummins Diesel Engines Lloyd Taylor.† sold out

October 1995.† Vol. 34.† No. 3.† articles include:† Lancia Aurelia. V-6 engines. The Roeblings and Mercer. The Schlumpf/Shakespeare Bugatti sale. more German concept cars. postwar Hudsons. Anderson Motor Company.† sold out

May 1996.† Vol. 35.† No. 2.† articles include:† Carl Fisher. Jomar. Fulford. Westcott. front-wheel-drive. Praga. David Lord. 1965 Pontiac 2+2.† sold out

supplement.† Vol. 35. #2.† DB7 - A LEGEND REBORN.† Aston Martin.† softbound.† includes: A supercar for the 21st Century. reviving the DB Heritage. coming to America. designing the DB7. DB7 Development. building the DB7. the Aston Martin Owner's Club. a car for life. racing the DB7. Born on the racetrack. Moss at the wheel DB7 - A Color Portfolio. Specifications.† sold out

October 1996.† Vol. 35.† No. 4.† articles include:† Plymouth GTX. Villa d'Este Concours. George Romney. Elva. Australian Model Ts. Citroen ID19 by Chapron. S.G.V.. Henry Banks. Henry Ford Museum.† sold out

December 1996.† Vol. 36.† No. 1.† articles include:† 1915 Duesenberg Racer. Henry J. Kaiser. Ford's fabulous Flathead. the Art of Zora. Fiat 8V. Philadelphia's Automobile Row.† sold out

supplement.† 2/97.† Vol. 36 #2.† softbound.† PLYMOUTH PROWLER.† Anatomy of a New American Roadster.†† includes: introduction. They Never called them Dream Cars. the evolution of the American Hot Rod. design - from concept to production. Plymouth Prowler - A Color Portfolio. Prowler and high technology. Proler's place in the Chrysler lineup. Plymouth Prowler Specifications.† sold out

May 1997.† Vol. 36.† No. 3.† articles include: hearses. Ken Miles. Ferrari V-8 road cars. headlamps. Owen Magnetic. A.K. Miller's Stutz collection. COPO Chevelle. Blackhawk Auto Art Collection and Ford F1/Marmon-Herrington 4WD truck.† sold out

October 1997.† Vol. 37.† No. 1.† articles include:† Studebaker Avanti. Ford's Harry Bennett. Gardner. Autopolo. Sergio Scaglietti. Walker Electric Trucks. Artist Alain Moitrier. Langhorne. Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B by Touring.† sold out

May 1998.† Vol. 37.† No. 4.† Articles include: 1976 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible. Leon Rubay and his cars. Volvo PV 444 and 544. Divco. BMW 328. factory mascots and the Feminine form. Ford's Ranchero and Chevrolet's El Camino.† sold out

1998.† Vol. 38. No. 1.† Articles include:† Tasca Ford. Itala. Los Angeles Roadster Builders. Detroit Athletic Club. Henry Austin Clark. Leyland P76 and Ace Motorcycles. sold out

1998.† Vol. 38. No. 3.† Articles include: Excalibur. Betty Skelton. Frank Lloyd Wright and Automobility. 1958 Datsun 1200 Pickup. Chrysler Airflow. Wood and the Motorcar. Grand Prix Cars of the Twenties. 1954 Aston Martin DB2/4.† sold out

May 1999.† Vol. 39. No. 1.† Articles include: General Pershing's 1916 Dodge Brothers military vehicle. the life and cars of Tommy Lee. the Ferris Automobile. Max Balchowsky. motorcar purveyor Eugene Strallon. Hudson Terraplane. Goodwood Motor Racing Circuit and Trident.† sold out

†† July 1999.† Vol. 39. No. 2. Articles include: Articles include: Packard Speedster. racer Fireball Roberts. 1957 Chrysler 300C. motoring apparel. Momo Mirage. West Rock Wagon Company. Delahaye 135. 1964 East African Safari Rallye. Mercury Comet Caliente.† sold out

October 1999.† Vol 39.† No. 3.† 1961 Lincoln Continental Convertible. Rolls-Royce armored cars. Hupmobile Aerodynamic. Brooklands. Jeep. Artist Alain Levasque. 1950 Ford Taunus Cabriolet. Muntz Jet. Pegaso Thrill.† sold out

December 1999.† Vol. 39.† No. 4.†† Articles include: Duesenberg J. Walker coupe. biography of Ted Horn. Henry J. Carroserie Worblaufen. LaFayette. ATS 2500 GT & GTS. 1940 Ford Deluxe Convertible and LaGrand Coachwork Company.† sold out

March 2000.† Vol. 40. No. 1.† Articles include: Peerless V016 Prototype. Alec Issigonis. hauling moonshine. Miller competition car. Maserati 5000 GT. Walter P. Chrysler Museum. Wisconsin engines. Packard Caribbean. Chrysler and Bentley Hunaudieres with W-16 engine.† sold out

May 2000.† Vol. 40. No. 2.† Articles include: Buick Skylark. biographies of Richie Ginther and B. Bira. Dodge Power-Wagon. Hans Glas' Senior Cars. Invicta. independents. Rolls-Royce Phantom I. Jaguar and the Studebaker Weasel.† sold out

August 2000.† Vol. 40. No. 3.† Articles include: Chrysler's A-Platform Muscle Cars. Billy Durant. Star automobiles. Cliff Durant. Front-Wheel-Drive Miller. Coachbuilt Fiat 600s and 1935-42 Junior Packards.† sold out

October 2000.† Vol. 40. No. 4.† Articles include: Lincoln Zephyr. Charles Chayne. Morris Minor. George Angelini. Rockne. Horch. McLaren. 1929 L-29 Cord Brougham and American Motors SC/Rambler Hurst.† sold out

1st Quarter 2001.† Vol. 41. No. 1.† Articles include: Hispano-Suiza. Bentley Boys' Bentleys. LaSalle. John Z. DeLorean. Barry Rowe. Sabra. Garrett's Muscle Car Museum and Doble E-14.† sold out

2nd Quarter 2001.† Vol. 41. No. 2.† Articles include: 1910 Peerless. 1955 Chevrolet Corvette. Russ Snowberger Art Gallery. Don Getz Carrosserie. Corvette Mecca. Fiat 1500. Dale Earnhardt AQ. The Classic Era and Peerless V16.† sold out

3rd Quarter 2001.† Vol. 41.† No. 3.† Articles include: AMX/3;. Lancia Stratos Prototype Show Car. Per Gillibrand Of Art & The Automobile. Art Gallery with Alan Fearnley. Iso Isetta. Indy Motor Speedway Museum. Hermann Graber. The Classic Car Paintings of Alan Fearnley and Boano's Indianapolis. sold out

4th Quarter 2001.† Vol. 41. No. 4.† Special edition dedicated to the Oldsmobile.†† sold out

1st Quarter 2002.† Vol. 42 #1.† includes: Levitt Luzern Custer. Austin 7 Comet. Martini: The Best Mountain Climber. Art Gallery with Bill Motta. Plymouth Fury. Bentley at Le Mans. Le Mans Calvacade. Bugatti Type 50 Le Mans: The No-Finish No.5.† sold out

2nd Quarter 2002.† Vol. 42 #2.† A Canadian Contribution: LeRoy. The Cars of James Bond. Bodies by Saoutchik. Art Gallery with Tom Hale. Route 66: The Mother Road. The National Automobile Museum. Stirling Performance. The Moss Family Racing Tradition. Roy Chapin Sr.. Stirling Standard.† sold out

3rd Quarter 2002.† Vol. 42 #3.† includes: The Murray & The Lenawee. Pure Porsche: The Porsche 356. German Boxer Engines. Watkins Glen. Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Museum. The Cord L-29. Art Gallery with Stanley Wanlass. The Riley 2.5-liter Roadster. Boomtown Modena. Roy Chapin Jr.† sold out

4th Quarter 2002.† Vol. 42. #4.† includes:† Kenworthy. Allen Carter. Mille Miglia. A Hundred Years of Cadillac Style. Art Gallery with Nicola Wood. Jowett Javelin. Model Masters. In the Sky and On the Road with Bob Pond. Brighton Run. Lelandís Líil Beater.† sold out

1st Quarter 2003.† Vol. 43.† No. 1.† articles include: Maybach Zeppelin. Ciorcuit des Ardennes. Keller's 1955 Imperial. The Bob Lutz collection. Invicta Black Prince. Ferrari 860 Monza. Dario Resta - Champion of the Splintered Bowls.† cover photo of 1896 Ford Quadricycle.† sold out

2nd Quarter 2003.† Vol. 43.† No 2.† articles include:† cars of President Taft. the Holman Story of GT40 at Le Mans. The Nethercutt Collection. from American Simplex to Ampex. Art Gallery with Jim Dietz. Robert Benoist. inside Richard Carpenter's garage. Austria's Austro-Daimler. 1925 Russian Motor Trials.† sold out

3rd Quarter 2003.† Vol. 43.† No. 3.† articles include:† Brass Era. Buick's Walter L. Marr. Nicola Bulgari's Gems. Tailor made by Gangloff. racing history Trailblazer - Jimmy Bryan. The Bergholt Streamline. Saratoga Automobile Museum. Bugatti's for wheel drive racer.† sold out

4th Quarter 2003.† Vol. 43.† No. 4.† articles include: Marmon 12. Violette Cordery the First Lady of Long-Distance racing. NASA's Lunar Rover. 1911 Silver Ghost. Bruce Meyer's Muscle. Going GAZ. Crawford Museum. NSU Wankel Spider. sold out

1st Quarter 2004.† Vol. 44. #1.† includes: Gurney Nutting Bentley. Bill Milliken. Motoring in Old China. Fifty Years of Corvette Concepts. Keeper of Antiquities: Mike Timms. Allard J2 in American Sports Car Racing. Frontier Tourism. Art Gallery with Uli Hack. Turn-of-the-Century Enthusiast.† sold out

2nd Quarter 2004.† Vol. 44. #2.† includes: A Week in the Life of Aston Martin. Chauffeuring. Mercedes Grand Prix Debut. Mercedes Gullwing. John Fitch. Dutch Motor Museum. Art Gallery with Roger Hector. TŁscher. Another Bow to Bizzarrini.† sold out

3rd Quarter 2004.† Vol. 44. #3.† includes:† Brooks Steamers. Bill Learís Great Steam Adventure. RLTF Alfa Romeo. Etceterini via Tony Pompeo. Art Gallery with Stanley Rose. Counties Austins. National Corvette Museum Turns 10. Pic-Pic. SSR: Style the Chevrolet Way. Avant-Garde Armstrong.† sold out

4th Quarter 2004.† Vol. 44. #4.† includes:† A Coachbuilding Tale. Genius in the Cockpit: Frank Lockhart. Ford in Canada. Petersen Automotive Museum. Carroll Shelby. Continuing a Dream: Carroll Shelby & the Eleanor Project. Hertz Rent-A-Racers. Pretty Powerful Pony: The Shelby Mustang GT500. Art Gallery with Bill Neale. Beyond Conception: Artwork by Michael Goettner. The Short Life of the MGA Twin-Cam. Apogee of the National: Another Great Car from Indianapolis. Americaís Most Wanted: The Lost Cobra Daytona Coupe.† sold out

2005 EXECUTIVE PLANNER.† 208 pages.† fantastic color photos.† includes: Maybach's Masterpieces. monthly and weekly calendars. index of events. Art Gallery. Volume 44 Index. catalog.† sold out

1st Quarter 2005.† Vol. 45. #1.† includes:† Regally Rollston. The Re-making of Marcos. The Cars and Career of Achille Varzi. NSUíS Ro80. Dean of Vintage Speed. Woods From Chicago. Art Gallery with J. Paul Nesse. 1968 Pontiac GTO.† sold out

2nd Quarter 2005.† Vol. 45 #2.† includes: HWM Stovebolt. 45 Years of Mustang Design. Ralph Hamlin and His Franklin. Origins of the Peopleís Car. Vanwall. Fordís Early Birds. Art Gallery with Ken Eberts. National Motor Museum at Beaulieu. Dufaux Racers. Bertoneís Mustang.† sold out

3rd Quarter 2005.† Vol. 45. #3.† includes:† BMWís 507: Germanyís Gem at 50. Serpollet. Owls Head Transportation Museum. Speed Vendettas. Art Gallery with Ken Dallison. From Dirt to Indy. Dick Frazierís Dream Season. Rudi Uhlenhaut. Wild About Harry.† sold out

4th Quarter 2005.† Vol. 45. #4.† includes:† Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire. American Automotive Resilience. Remembering Bill Vukovich. Cuban Central Highway. Chevroletís Fleeting Flagship: Bel Air. Le Mans í55. John Moirís Caía Bahn. Art Gallery with Jay Koka. Fat Packards. Sweet Sixteen. sold out

2006 EXECUTIVE PLANNER.† over 200 pages.† fantastic color photos.† includes: Aston-Martin - A Week in the Life of a Company at the Crossroads. Year in Review. 2006 Index of events/monthly calendar. 2006 Weekly Calendar. AQ Catalog.† sold out

1st Quarter 2006.† Vol. 46. #1.† includes:† The Monica. New York Auto Salons. Monte Carlo Rallies: The Classic Era. The collection of Charles Renaud. Art Gallery with Richard Pietruska. Motoring throughout the Depression. Lagonda V8. The Alaska Highway. George Mason.† sold out

2nd Quarter 2006.† Vol. 46. #2.† includes: The "Blue Goose" Mercedes-Benz. Art Gallery with Dennis Brown. Giugiaro's Bugattis. The Life and Designs of Art Ross. Last of the Big Packards. Packed with Packards. Motoring Through the '40s. The Gold Standard. Concours d'Elegance Villa d'Este. Connecting Quinby and Brooks-Ostruk.† sold out

3rd Quarter 2006.† Vol. 46. #3.† includes: A Missing Alfa Romeo Comes Back to Life. Motoring Through the 1970s. Appreciating Apperson. GM Design Chiefs. Art Gallery with John Francis Marsh. Lister Racers. The Gilmore Car Collection. The Last Cord. Robots on the Road.† sold out

4th Quarter 2006.† Vol. 46. #4.† includes: Paulin & Pourtout. The Artistic Designs of Henry Lauve. Helene Rother: First Lady of Styling. Art Gallery with Angela Trotta Thomas. Mountainside Delight. Mid America Motorworks. Duesenberg: The World's Finest Motor Car. Dr. Gray's Packard.† sold out

1st Quarter 2007.† Vol. 47. #1.† includes:† LaSalle: The Cadillac Companion. The G-Modified Revolution. The World's Battleground of Speed. The Automotive Hall of Fame. Around the World in a Skoda. Lords of the Ring. Art Gallery with Niles Nakaoka. Shirley's Stable. Mid America Motorworks. Auburn - Excerpted from "Errett Lobban Cord". Standard Oil.† sold out

2nd Quarter 2007.† Vol. 47. #2.† includes:† The J. Herbert Newport Phenomenon. Sam Posey: An Uncontrolled Force. Cadillac's Thirty and General Motor. The Patch Collection: '57 Heaven. Squaring Motor Sport's Circle with Max Mosley. Carrosserie Gebruder Beutler & Co.; Art Gallery with Dan McCrary; Serenissima 308 Jet Competizione; Art Center College of Design; Remembering Vince Sardi.† sold out

3rd Quarter 2007.† Vol. 47. #3.† includes: Brooklands Turns 100; Jim Jaeger's Precision Machinery; Lucky George Walker; Race of the Century; The Legend of Mickey Thompson; Rise and Fall of the Lorraine-Dietrich; Art Gallery with Harold Zabady; The Gateway Colorado Auto Museum; The Race of the Century Returns.† sold out

4th Quarter.† Vol. 47. #4.† includes: an Alfa Romeo Portfolio; The Orazio Satta Tradition; art gallery with Larry Stephenson; Pratt Institute; Riley Pathfinder; Pontiac Pack Rat: John McMullen; Joie Ray: Racing's Jackie Robinson; The Peking-To-Paris Run; Birth of the GM Tech Center.† minor ding to bottom edge of cover.† sold out

1st Quarter 2008.† Vol. 48. #1.† includes: Studebaker's Final Days; The Studebaker National Museum; Auto Union's Bernd Rosemeyer; SS Sports Cars; Art Gallery with Steve Anderson; Rise and Fall of the Lorraine-Dietrich; E.J. Hall's Life of Power; The 1968 London-Sydney Marathon; Motoring in the Panama Canal Zone; Cars & Castles in Spain; Gunslinger's Hot Rod.† sold out