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A new quarterly motoring history magazine

A new magazine is about to be launched.  It is the initiative of a good friend of the SAHB, Dr Pál Négyesi from Hungary, who has attended and spoken at the European Conferences organised by Anders Clausager and Thomas Ulrich.   It is a quarterly, English-language, 96-page motoring history magazine, titled Rare & Unique Vehicles. Each issue will focus on a central theme, followed by a few anniversary-related features and Spin the Globe. The central theme for the first issue is streamlining, with features on Paul Járay, the Wikov “35” Kapka, Stout Scarab and more. Additionally, the first issue will look at the Victoria K1 – the first BMW-engined motorcycle from 1920,  and 50-years of Bond Bug. The Spin the Globe section will feature a Trabant-based buggy from Hungary, a French car from 1901 which escaped all the history books, an Australian coupe and more. Rare & Unique Vehicles will be strictly subscription-based. Each issue will cost €9.90 – yearly subscription is €34.90 for four issues.  The first issue will be available in digital format on Readly from the middle of November 2020. The printed version of the first issue is scheduled to be published on the 10th of January, 2021.

Now here is the important request:   Pal needs to 400 subscribers in order to launch the magazine – so please check for a superb ‘page-turn’ preview of the first issue, and the facility to subscribe.


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