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Free Digital Copies of All Wheels Magazines from 1953-2019 @ Bauer

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Something to keep all the car enthusiasts/revheads busy over this period.

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Comments

  • +3 votes

    Nice, but you can not download them, the ad pages do not load, and anything you click it gives you the text but no pictures. So thank you but nope.

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      It is too hard to follow for each page.

    • +2 votes

      I’d imagine the ad pages don’t load because most of them are cigarettes and alcohol, the old smirnoff ads are definitely illegal now.

      Source: I have a collection of vintage car magazines

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      It's Wheels magazine. Every page is an ad page. And every article is an attempt to felatte an auto-maker and get more ad revenue.

  • +2 votes

    ruined by a shitty interface

    but thanks anyway

  • -1 vote

    Seems that there's lots of issues missing - e.g. only 3 issues available for 1977

  • -1 vote

    CTRL+P, ENTER to the work printers whilst everyone is WFH….

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    Yup, it’s not all issues - these have been available for a long time as well.

  • +2 votes

    Will be able to keep up with the BCOTY

  • -1 vote

    Bit hard to read these when there is such awesome auto content on YouTube.

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    I have paper copies of many of the early wheels. The travel articles are worth a read.

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    Have a look at the state and federal libraries. I have found a heap of old ciggy ads whilst editing bad transcriptions.

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    I’ve got a may 1953 edition. Ads for tyres showing how the various components provide braking, assist with cornering, wet weather performance and wear. Pretty much the same as ads today. What IS very different is the contents of readers letters - often talking about rebuilds after 10,000 miles or thereabouts. We were a lot more hands on then

  • +1 vote

    Fantastic reading on the old Minis from the 60s. Thanks!

  • +1 vote

    Wow that's awesome. Thanks for sharing.