I subscribe to or read several car magazines each month. Here's a rundown and some comments.......
Car & Driver - have subscribed to this mag since the late 60's and still have many of the old copies, like their irreverant tone
AutoWeek - comes out bi-weekly and has lots of very up to date info, often borrowed from its sister publication, Automotive News
Automotive News - trade paper we receive weekly at the office, lots of behind the scenes industry news and the very latest info on the new cars
Hemmings Classic Car - Hemmings is a famous name in the field of older cars and they have two very good monthly publications in addition to their old standard mag of classified ads, Hemmings Motor News
Collectible Automobile - bi-monthly with great, very in depth articles about older cars and their development and no ads. Have every issue except the first one - classy publication
Hemmings Muscle Car - like their Classic Car mag, this one is filled with interesting shorter articles covering shows, old photos, reminisces and restorations
Scale Auto - eight issues a year with all car model stuff for the car modeling car guy and his CMC
Newspapers.......Wheels (Toronto Star) and Drive (Globe & Mail) are both very well done with the "best of" nod going to Wheels, not crazy about the National Post's Friday car section.
Also read Motor Trend from time to time, as well as an assortment of other mags depending on their articles. Yes, I do have time to do other things like building models, working out, golfing, baking (I do great desserts) and book reading. These days one of my most prized possessions is my library card. A recent read that I recommend is.......
It's a story of a budding race car driver and his family as told through the eyes of his dog Enzo (you know where that comes from). Enzo relates life to racing. This is not a comedy, but a well written story by a smart dog (it sounds strange, but read it and you'll know what I mean). Haven't met anyone who didn't really love this book (except my wife). Worth your time.
'nough said about how I earn my car guy credentials.
Until next time.........