California Sports Car was first published by Robert Clay in Los Angeles starting in 1957 or 1958. There appears to have been a break in publishing, then the title re-emerged in mid-1962 under Topaz Associates in Hollywood, California.
The magazine was a monthly title devoted to coverage of California road racing, driver profiles, sport car drive tests and other general news. There was no numbering scheme used, and no publication data are available.
Robert Topaz was the publisher. Little is known about him, but he seems to have been a promoter of car shows later in his career. He was also interviewed by police due him having been one of the last people to see Jay Sebring before Sebring met his fate with the Charles Manson clan in 1969.
And a young photographer, Allen R Kuhn, was on the staff and is credited with most cover photos. Mr. Kuhn continues to organize and sell vintage, iconic images from his website HERE. He was kind enough to share images for this website.
The table of contents and/or masthead can be seen by clicking on the icon.
This is an extremely rare publication due to low print volume. So additional and/or better quality images will be added as they are available.
Missing: Feb '64.