OVERVIEW Car Exchange was published by Krause Publications in Iola, Wisconsin. The title generally focused on post-World War II classic cars
and contained a big classified ads section. It featured U.S. and foreign cars, did test drives of old cars, provided value guides and tips for collectors, and had
guest writers such as Phil Hill.
The magazine started in 1979 and ended in September, 1987. However, there was a break in publishing from May, 1984 to March, 1986. Dobbs Publishing purchased
the title from Krause. However, it is unclear if this break was under Krause's ownership or if it occurred during the transition to Dobbs. Either way, Dobbs merged it
with Nostalgic Cars to create
Popular and Performance Car Review.
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PUBLICATION DATA Car Exchange had publisher-provided net paid circulation data only for 1983 and 1984. Krause reported an average monthly tally of 10,833 for these
Content is complete except for 3/87 and 7/87.
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