Sports Cars and Hot Rods was created by the editors of Mechanix Illustrated and published by Fawcett in New York City. This team also created one-shot (annual) magazines such as Best Hot Rods. The editor was John Kingdon, and only two issues were published.
It was a standard sized format with a wide range of cars, engines, suspensions, brakes and drive trains. And there was no "us versus them" -- the sports cars and rods were presented equally and in a favorable light. Midget car content was also included.
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