Van Power magazine was published by Myron Fass. He was a publisher of pulp magazines and comic books under multiple company names. According to his profile on Wikipedia, in the 1970s he was known for being the largest multi-title newstand publisher in the U.S. He put out as many as fifty titles per month, and often these were one-offs. He covered any topic that he thought would sell.
Other titles by Mr. Fass include Rod Power, Street Power, Street Racer, Vette Power, and a number of one-shots or limited series. They were published under numerous company names including Countrywide Communications, SJ Publications and Fass Publications.
This title was part of the van craze from the mid-1970s to the end of the decade. As was common with all Fass publications, note the re-use of many cover images.
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The publisher did not provide circulation data to N.W. Ayer during the span of publication.
A total of 17 issues have been found between July, 1976 through Winter, 1981. We suspect there are many more.