This East coast magazine was re-titled from Cars - The Automotive Magazine by Royal Publications in New York.  Published monthly with intermittent breaks, and it had a street and strip focus. Content included muscle car tests, drag racing event coverage, how-to and technical guidance for the do-it-yourselfer, and feature cars that included dragsters, muscle cars and occasionally a pre-1948 hot rod.

Royal Publications was managed by Irwin Stein and Walter Zacharius. In 1973, Mr Zacharius took control and renamed the business entity Magnum-Royal Publications. The following year, he sold the title to Popular Publications and publisher Harry Egner. And in the late 1970s or early 1980s, the title was sold to publisher John McCluskey who operated both Arden Communications and Courtney Books.

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The publisher provided net paid circulation data to N.W. Ayer from 1968 through 1984 with occasional breaks. Net paid circulation started at 453,000 print issues and slowly declined to 184,000 print issues by the end.

A total of 184 issues was printed from October, 1965 through December, 1983. All cover images are complete.