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Where can you buy a copy of Classic.Retro.Modern. magazine?

Many classic car fans have been in touch to ask us where they can buy a copy of our mag on the high street. Here's what you need to know.
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The easiest way to buy Classic.Retro.Modern. magazine is to order online. We pay the postage and you’ll receive your copy before it hits the newsstands. You even get a bespoke, subscriber-only cover. All this for a fiver. It’s a bargain.

Not everybody likes buying online. Some people prefer to pop into town for their copy, maybe grabbing a bar of chocolate while they’re there. We know this, because we’re often asked where to buy a copy of Classic.Retro.Modern. magazine on the high street.

The Seymour store finder is a good place to start. Simply select Classic.Retro.Modern. from the dropdown menu, type in your postcode, then select the distance you’re prepared to travel. Like the Proclaimers, we’d walk 500 miles for a copy, but we’d understand if 25 miles is your limit.

We heard Vanessa Carlton would travel up to 1000 miles for some classic car goodness.

We’re not everywhere (yet), but you should find us in your local WHSmith, McColl’s, Martin’s, RS McColl or independent newsagent. Drop us a line if you’re struggling to locate a copy, because we can always put a subscriber copy in the post.

In the meantime, here’s what you can expect to see in issue two. We’ve got everything from the Ferrari 400i to the Proton Impian, along with a celebration of the Morris Marina.

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