40+ Magazines Have Left the Building…

Gone but not forgotten, the following noble efforts have left the building. Let’s hope their hard working staff and freelancers have found new homes…

2Wheel Tuner Advanstar Communications
4×4 Builder Buckaroo Communications
Amateur MX Magazine Amateur MX Magazine
American Driver American Driver Media
American Rodder Buckaroo Communications
Auto Aficionado Auto Aficionado
Car Collector Car Collector Magazine
Cartwheelin’ Cartwheelin’ Magazine
Chevy Rumble Buckaroo Communications
Corvette Enthusiast Amos Press
Corvette Quarterly Aegis Group
Cruiser Quarterly MediaSource Publications
Diesel Builder Buckaroo Communications
Dirt Industries Magazine True Power Media
Drag News Midwest Motorsports Magazines
Ford Builder Buckaroo Communications
Full Throttle News Full Throttle News
Garage Magazine Payupsucker Publications
Hot Compact and Imports Buckaroo Communications
IndyCar Series Haymarket Worldwide
Jeep Junkie Profiles Marketing Group
Legendary Ford Magazine Legendary Publishing Group
Low-Range Low-Range
Mazdasport MediaSpigot
Modified Luxury & Exotics Source Interlink
Mopar Enthusiast Amos Press
Motocross Illustrated Access Media
MuscleCar Enthusiast Amos Press
Mustang Enthusiast Amos Press
Nascar Scene Amercian City Business Journals
Pontiac Enthusiast Amos Press
Prewar Auto Notes Keith Mathiowetz Publishing
Quad Off-Road Transworld Media
Racing Milestones Auto Trader Publishing
Rodder’s Digest Buckaroo Communications
RV Xtreme Xtreme Publishing Group
Sand Addiction PGI Media
Scooter World Scooter World Magazine
Sports Car International Ross Periodicals
Street Rod Builder Buckaroo Communications
Super Rod Buckaroo Communications
Truck Builder Buckaroo Communications
Vintage Motorcycles F + W Publications

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  1. Any updates on the big four consumer magazines you wrote about a while back? Automobile and others are getting thinner and info free at autoblog.

  2. Also National Speed Sport News, dead yesterday after 72 years.

  3. Phil… indeed, times are a changin’! Related post here.

  4. Source Interlinks’ Circle Track web only.

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