The Legend Series - Muscle Cars of the 1960s was published by Amos Press in Sidney, Ohio. Amos Press published Cars & Parts magazine, plus it was famous for printing the "Bible" of coin and stamp price guides.
Wayne Lawrence was the publisher, and the editor was Robert Jay Stevens.
The magazine began with a quarterly publication schedule. It featured all types of muscle cars from the 1960s, which was later expanded to include the 1970s. In 1990, it switched to a bi-monthly schedule. In each issue, specific muscle cars were profiled where technical specifications, options and performance data were highlighted. The magazine was a great advertising platform for manufacturers of reproduction parts.
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Amos Press only provided net paid circulation data in 1992. They had average monthly net paid circulation of 8,000 issues.
A total of 21 issues were printed from 1988 through July/August 1992. Cover image content is complete for this title, but we are still collecting table of content pages.