Auto Round-Up Publications, Inc. publishes 10 collector car magazines and a website that features classic cars for sale and editorials including car show coverage, automotive history, how to tech tips and much more. Auto Round-Up Publications is an industry leader and is considered by many to be a very valuable resource when it comes to pricing the value of cars in the hobby.
The company was founded in 1974 by Ron Smith (Owner/Publisher), and is a second-generation, family-owned and operated business whose headquarters is in Jane Lew, WV and regional affiliate offices located in Ravenswood, WV; Parkersburg, WV; Martinsburg, WV; Pikeville, KY; Lexington, KY; Louisville, KY; Pittsburgh, PA; Philadelphia, PA; New Milford, NJ; and Tempe, AZ.
Auto Round-Up Magazine
This ultimate blue collar old car magazine features real car prices from real car people from around the collector car world. Over 1,000 of the latest deals per issue. This nationwide magazine is great for the do-it-yourselfer because it is jam-packed with parts for sale!
The ultimate truck enthusiast’s mag! This title features 100’S of classic trucks, street rods, 4x4s and parts for sale. Whether it’s all original pickups or wild customs, Truck Round-Up has you covered!
Classic Car Round-Up
The nation’s top collector car trade publication. Classic Car Round-Up is the premier flagship magazine for the ultimate car enthusiast. Features classic and muscle cars, street rods, and parts for sale. Includes stellar article coverage from a wonderful editorial staff and now features market tips, industry news and the occasional auction sales results. A super price guide tool!
Round-Up Special Issues Series
The collector car hobby just got a little bit better. This bundle discount subscription package of 6 jam-packed issues includes Classic Chevy Round-Up, Street Rod Round-Up, Classic Ford Round-Up, Mopar Muscle Round-Up and two others TBA. Each issue features the Top 600 cars for sale and focuses on feature articles and auto parts guides!
Since 1974, they have published over 1,500 total issues, sold nearly a billion copies of magazines, and sold, and saved, over 1 million cars for private sellers and classic car dealers alike. Over the years, Smith’s titles helped bring members of the hobby together, while also influencing others to join the classic car hobby through car clubs located all over the world, thousands of which they have donated to and/or helped launch. Most of these car clubs are non-profit organizations whose efforts include helping cancer, osteoporosis, and AIDS research, The Ronald McDonald House, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Veterans organizations, 4-H programs, and Boy Scouts of America projects, as well as many other charity causes.
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