Corvette Enthusiast was created by the publishers of Cars & Parts magazine, Amos Automotive Publishing. It was a re-titling of Cars & Parts Corvette and was a niche title dedicated to all generations of Corvettes. This was done with a strong editorial team and quality content.
Amos differentiated a bit by offering readers a chance to view a digital copy of the magazine for free online. This set the stage for a future with less print and more online content.
The magazine earned the respect and recognition of loyal readers. For many it became their primary Corvette magazine out of a least six or more titles available to Corvette enthusiasts at the time.
Corvette Enthusiast was later folded into Auto Enthusiast along with six other titles in 2010.
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The publisher provided paid circulation data to The Standard Periodical Directory. We only have data for 2005 at this time, and reported print volume was 53,400 issues.
A total of 89 issues was printed from July, 2003 through December, 2010. All images are complete except July, 2008.
An internet presence was created and links added to the front covers from the beginning. The site is now defunct: www.corvetteenthusiast.com.