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Collectible Automobile

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.

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    The Original "Ultimate Driving Machine"

    In the early 1960?s the BMW company faced a bleak future, full of doom, gloom, and obscurity. There had been no real innovation since the end of the Second World War, and they had little or no market penetration outside of their native Germany.

    The BMW 2002 was the car that changed all this and was instrumental in establishing BMW as a leading force in the international car market.

    The 2002 made its first appearance on the world stage in 1966, labelled as the 1602. Then the engine capacity was increased, first to 1766cc, and eventually to 1990cc for the final 2002 engine. The 2002 as such was launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1969, but...

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    For armchair fans of American cars, this is a wonderful magazine

    For armchair fans of American cars, this is a wonderful magazine. The writers are knowledgable, and the photos are gorgeous. Good mix of historic photos and current restored cars. Impossible to overstate how much the first-class production, printing, and paper adds to the pleasure of reading this magazine.

    This magazine has little coverage of non-American cars and almost no coverage of new cars.

    The only "problem" is that there it's a bit pricy on the newsstand, and there isn't any way to get a deeply discounted subscription, since there's virtually no advertising.

    Fortunately, the publishers maintain a generous policy...

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    One of the Very Best auto magazines!

    I got hooked on Collectible Automobile magazine with the first issue that I picked up in a bookstore in 1984. I immediately subscribed, and have never let my subscription lapse in almost 17 years. The magazine has never disappointed me. The variety of topics covered and the excellent writing make every issue fresh and interesting. It is one of the best resources for collector car information I know of. Browsing through it during my teen years inspired me to become and auto writer myself, and today I am doing just that as a regular contributor to Car Collector magazine and as a published automotive book author. Hopefully, one day my name will also grace...

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