As a re-titling of Motorsport magazine, Auto Craftsman was an East Coast, large format magazine published every other month from December, 1956 through June, 1958. The publishers were Joseph Hardie and Raymond Kelly as H-K Publications at 1250 Camden Ave SW, Canton, Ohio. The first issue is whole number 52 and matches numbering from its predecessor. Although geared to the automotive enthusiast who wanted to upgrade performance, drag racing was also featured. Only 10 issues have been found.
At some point, How to Soup-Up Your Car was folded into this magazine.
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The publisher provided net paid circulation data to N.W. Ayer from 1957 through 1959. Annual print production ranged from 123,700 to 140,000.
Only 10 issues were published from 1956 to 1958. All cover images are complete, and table of content pages are still being collected.