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Road & Track

Car Magazine

"Road & Track" is a car magazine from United States of America. It is published by "Hearst Magazines" and is on the market since 1947 . The issues are released monthly and distributed in print. They are sold for $ 5.99 each and have a circulation of 609,581 copies. Their main focus is on new cars. The magazine's ISSN number (International Standard Serial Number) is "0035-7189". Based on the time on the market and the yearly output approximately 918 issues of this magazine were probably created since the beginning.

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Name
Road & Track
Founded
1947
Defunct
???
Focus
new cars
Issues per Year
12
Single Copy Price
5.99 $
Distribution
print
Circulation
609581
Circulation (Year)
???
Publisher
Hearst Magazines
ISSN
0035-7189


ID
6697

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