Vette 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.
This title emerged in the mid-1970s when a number of Corvette-themed titles were started -- Vette, Vette Vues, and Corvette Fever to name a few. Mr. Fass clearly rode the updraft of strong interest in dedicated Corvette content.
Mr. Fass worked with Stanley R. Harris to jointly publish Vette Power under Harris' Modern Day Periodicals Inc. organization. This is likely how Mr. Harris learned about the automotive publishing realm. Harris went on to create Mopar Action.
Regular recurring automotive titles by Fass include Rod Power, Street Power, Street Racer, Van Power, and Vette Power. The company had a large number of one-shots or infrequent issues, and these can be found in our Annuals and One-Shots section.
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The publisher did not provide circulation data to N.W. Ayer during the span of publication.
The magazine began in April, 1977 and ended with the March, 1982 issue. We are uncertain how many issues were created since the publisher was an opportunist and didn't follow normal conventions with volume and series numbering which would allow us to verify total issues produced.