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Collectible Automobile is the publication for both the car historian and the casual observer. Each issue brings automotive history to life with sparkling color photography and bright, sharp writing. Features articles on special interest cars from 1930-1980, and regular columns profiling auto industry figures, future collectibles, models and auto advertising.
I've been a subscriber since the first issue & have every issue, truly look forward to the next. Mr. Peilers re-designs of the corvette are super. Also, the clays & photos of pre-production models are a treat.
Great reading, great photos, great articles, nice mix. Have complete set from the beginning and plan to keep receiving.
I remember the day I bought the first two issues on a newsstand and I've been a loyal subscriber ever since.
Very high quality in every respect. I've seen almost no factual errors, and it is well worth the extra money. No outside ads, and is a good reference source for automotive history covering at times the entire 11 decades.
I have known of your publication for some time now but I did not think it applied much to me. I always assumed that Collectable Automobile was just about pre war Concourse cars. As an entry level auto enthusiast it is hard to find publications with a wide range of topics in the hobby. I did assume wrong.... I truly enjoyed every moment reading the October issue. I am so pleased with the supurb writing, content, and overall layout of Collectable Automobile.
Thank you for publishing a quality magazine.
Your article on Imperials was most appreciated. It brought back memories for me of a 66 Crown Imperial sitting brand new on a showroom in Columbus GA. My impression as an 11 year old car nut was "awesome". How could any car cost 6000
(i believe) dollars?? I was awestruck and in love with it. Been a lover of Cadillacs, Lincolns and especially Imperials all my life. Your opening photo of the silver coupe with dark burgandy interior reaffirmed my love of those cars. I've read and continue to reread the article and recapture a wonderful boyhood moment! Again Thank You.