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RARE & UNIQUE VEHICLES – a quarterly of rare and unique quality

SAHB member Pal Negyesi has been publishing his excellent quarterly magazine “Rare & Unique Vehicles” since early in 2021. Now in its second year, this publication is remarkable for the breadth of its subject matter and depth of research.

The magazine aims to show and interpret the rarest and the most unique vehicles from the world of motoring. Each issue focuses on a central theme, followed by a few anniversary-related features and “Spin the Globe” – a unique column featuring unusual and interesting cars, motorcycles, trucks and buses from around the world. Topics include Streamlining, Diminutive, Custom, Speed, and the latest issue Alternative Power (hence the Chrysler Turbine on the cover…)

Back copies and the latest issue are available direct from the publishers on https://rareandunique.media/ 

Prices vary from €9.90 for earlier issue to €12.90 for the latest.

You can also subscribe to digital versions on Readly

We in the SAHB recommend this publication to you, dear readers: if you are looking at this post you are, we think, interested in proper motoring history. Rare & Unique Vehicles is just that.


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