December 1949 Motor Trend Magazine
Good - Condition – Magazine is complete with some noticeable cover wear and creasing. The spine show a good amount of wear and is has a 5-inch separation from the bottom up, although the cover is still attached. The pages are in great shape and slightly yellowed mostly around the edges due to age.
This Issue includes: Factory testing the Buick Special; Hal Roach’s 1936 Topper; A look at American small cars – the IMP, the Playboy, the Pup, and the Keller; Stock Car racing from Del Mar; C.E. Johnson’s 1939 Ford coupe; Cars of Character – the Lincoln; A look at big-bodied cars from the late-1930s and early 194os; Restyling the 1941 Ford convertible; Trends in design – Postwar Automobiles;– Lincoln, Cadillac, Chrysler Newport Phaeton, Chrysler Thunderbolt, 1940 Buick Fireball, and 1941 Packard; Motoring Showcase featuring Sunbeam Talbot, Rocket Special Indy Car, Typhoon, and the Crosley Hot Shot; plus more great vintage Motor Trend magazine editorial.
Not in the best condition but an excellent very early issue that will make a nice addition to your collection.