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European Car (magazine)

European Car
Categories Automobile magazine
Frequency 9 per year
Publisher TEN: The Enthusiast Network
Company Source Interlink
Country United States
Language English
Website .com.europeancarwebwww
ISSN 1056-8476

European Car is a magazine produced by TEN: The Enthusiast Network for European sports car enthusiasts. It covers Porsche, Audi, Ferrari, and Jaguar, to name a few. Its main focus however, is to look into the European tuning world. It has a very conservative viewpoint, preferring to keep the cars classic. In addition, they feature do-it-yourself guides and after market parts for existing project cars. News on European concept vehicles is a common article topic. One person described the magazine as a high performance version of Motor Trend for European cars.


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