An inside look at the economics of magazine publishing

Ever wonder how a car magazine–like Classic Motorsports–actually makes money with subscriptions?

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How a bad or missing title can derail that project

Sure, you can get a title for a car that has a bad or missing title, but it’s never easy.

What was the car that sparked your interest in our hobby?

We all have that car that started it all. What was yours?

How to make an event extra special? Hold it in a hangar.

Although we don't fully understand the appeal, we'll never turn down an invite to a hangar party.

What’s next on the to-do list? Let’s start with the goal.

It often feels like there's a million things you could do next with your classic, so how do you choose to do what's next?

Driving tips from the other side of the world

As Peter Brock discovered, the U.S. could learn a thing or two about driving by visiting other parts of the world.

What if you crash your classic?

Does the joy of driving a classic car in the modern age outweigh the risk of getting into an accident with a vehicle from the modern age?

The truth about building parts for classic cars

As it turns out, the business of making go-fast parts for old-school cars is a lot more involved than most realize.

How to stand out in New York City? Drive an old Dodge Dart.

During our last visit to New York City, we got to visit a true landmark–no, not the Statue of Liberty, but a well-used Dodge Dart known as the Manhattan GTS.

Peter Brock: Capturing the true history of the Shelby Cobra

When it comes to correctly catalogling the history of the Shelby Cobra, few have captured it quite as well as Rinsey Mills.

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