Speed and Supercar magazine was the new name chosen when Speed and Custom was re-titled. Walter Zacharius became the co-publisher with Irwin Stein, and the publishing company name was changed to Magnum-Royal Publications. In 1973, Mr. Zacharius became the sole publisher.
The magazine was published every other month and represented the shift in content from hot rods and customs to Detroit muscle cars and drag racing. Content included how-to articles, road-tests for new muscle cars and the latest in racing and performance technology.
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Speed and Supercar had only two years of publisher provided circulation data (1968 and 1969). But for these two years, it held the #8 position in magazines printed and distributed among all automotive magazine titles. Average monthly net paid circulation was reported as 31,164.
A total of 46 issues were printed from October, 1966 through February, 1974. All cover images are complete for this title, but table of content pages are partially complete.