Hemmings Muscle Machines -- Magazine Covers 2003 to 2010
OVERVIEW: Muscle Machines is published monthly by Hemmings Motor News from Bennington, Vermont. The title was started in late 2003 and
concentrates on post-WW2, U.S. muscle cars. Content includes restored vehicles, performance upgrades, auction updates, technical
articles and excellent resources for part suppliers and for maintaining older vehicles. They also do in-depth write-ups on current and future collectible
vehicles, highlighting the good and bad and providing estimates of market prices.
The stage was set for this title by Rods & Performance. When that title ended in July, 2003,
Muscle Machines tooks its place with a high quality product. It did, however, drop content on pre-1948 vehicles.
Hemmings was started by Ernest Hemmings in Quincey, Illinois. In the late 1960s, he sold the business to Terry Ehrich. Mr. Ehrich operated multiple
titles under the Hemmings brand until his death in 2002. The company was then sold to American City Business Journals.
No publisher provided circulation data is available at this time.
This title is still in monthly publication. But from October, 2003 through December, 2021, a total of 219 issues was printed. Only cover images
through 2010 are complete at this time.
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