Car Speed and Style was a small format, East Coast magazine owned by Irwin Stein and published by Magnum Publications. The publishing address was 11 West 42nd St, New York, NY.
Car Speed and Style was printed from December, 1957 through July, 1961. It was then re-titled as Speed and Custom in 1961.
Irwin Stein was well known as a New York publisher and owner of Lancer Books. He published many genres, but was best known for science fiction, detective and heroic fantasies. Stein's first hot rod magazine editor was Larry T. Shaw, famous as a science fiction writer.
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The publisher only provided net paid circulation details one year (1961). In that one year, the title was in the #11 position based on data submitted by all automotive magazine title publishers. Average monthly net paid circulation was 16,775 issues.
There were 43 issues printed from December, 1957 through July, 1961. All cover images are complete, but we are still collecting table of content pages.