While Detroit wages a whole new horsepower war for the 21st century, interest in the original muscle cars of the 1960s and 1970s has never been higher. Muscle Car Review is the leading brand in this segment of the hobby/industry, bringing readers all the power, color, style and history of the classic muscle era. From concours-level restorations to low mileage originals—and even forgotten barn finds—it’s all in Muscle Car Review.
0.0% 18-24 / 1.8% 25-34 / 10.6% 35-44 / 30.0% 45-54 AVG. AGE: 56.6
AVG. HHI: $95,845
ANY COLLEGE: 75.2%
SOURCE: 2014 Reader Survey, USPS Statement, Omniture, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Google+, YouTube
Each issue of Muscle Car Review is packed with features on the ’60s and ’70s supercars: their history, performance, and the fascinating stories behind the cars and their owners. Technical articles range from basic mechanical and maintenance tasks to the fine art of muscle car restoration, improving a car’s driveability (without sacrificing its period-correct appearance), and even the addition of vintage speed parts for those readers interested in “Day Two” muscle. Event coverage encompasses car shows, cruises and auctions around the nation, noting trends and informing readers about what’s hot in the marketplace.
In the digital world, Muscle Car Review resides on the hotrod.com Super Site, adding its historically-focused material to the wide variety of enthusiast brands found there. The digital presence allows Muscle Car Review’s editors to expand their coverage beyond what fits in the print package, to deliver more photos, enhanced stories, video, and other content that breaks the boundaries of ink and paper
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