Classic Sixties was published monthly by Dobbs Publishing in Lakeland, Florida. Dobbs was an independent publisher who started with Mustang Monthly in 1978 and built a strong portfolio of other muscle and performance titles.
The assigned editor was Terry Boyce. Classic Sixties featured all types of cars from the 1960s. But Larry Dobbs, the publisher, realized the title limited what he could do with the magazine. Based on a tip from Mr. Boyce, Dobbs got a chance to purchase Car Exchange from Krause Publications in Iola, Wisconsin. Dobbs merged the two titles and created Popular & Performance Car Review. It was later re-titled to Muscle Car Review.
Donald Farr took over editorial duties of the new combined title, and Mr. Boyce returned to Michigan and began a long career with Chevrolet's advertising agency.
The table of contents, if available, can be seen by clicking on the icon.
A searchable index for all 15 issues is available here.
Dobbs Publishing did NOT provide net paid circulation data to Gale Research.
A total of 15 issues was printed from January, 1983 through March, 1984. All cover images and all table of content pages are complete.