I’ll keep this short and sweet. (It’s the only way I’ll have time to get it done this morning!) The latest issue is done and went out to subscribers Monday night. I’ve also shared it on our Facebook page and Google+ community.
Would you like to check it out? Click the picture at right to read the full, I-still-can’t-get-the-paywall-to-work-right monty. We’ve got some really great stories:
- Ernie & Linz have matching, his & hers DSMs. They’re also extensively involved in their local community, doing charity work, training, and so much more.
- Adrian Segura is a rocket scientist. Sorta. He’s a Subaru man with a rally dream. And he’s not giving up either.
- Speaking of rally cars, Simon Wright traded his FWD Focus for an AWD Impreza. What’s that transition like, ya know?
- Chris Yushta has provided top quality pictures for stories in the last 3 issues. We explore the similarities between building cars and cameras.
- Ryan Yantzer has a lifted, rock-crawling Montero AND a lowered, corner-carving (turbocharged) Miata. Nice!
- Jax Goad wants you to treat her like any other gearhead (with almost 500whp).
- Adam Campbell tells us how he got started 4-wheeling and how the soul of an old machine lives on in three friends’ current trucks.
- and there’s even more!
ISSUE 1.04 LOOKED FANTASTIC IN PRINT. SERIOUSLY.
And I took steps to make 1.05 look even better. I know they’re pricey, coming in at almost US$30 shipped, but GBXM only makes US$2 per copy, which we’re going to use to make this place even better. The more people subscribe, the more issues we can move, the lower the price we can get on printing. One of the first things I want to do with the money we make from digital subscriptions (will be US$15/yr for the digital) will be to subsidize the cost of getting issues printed and mailed.
This is all still free a while longer. Please share it around! Join our growing community on Google+ or share the link on Facebook or just leave us a comment below telling us what you think. That’s the sort of stuff that keeps us pumped to do our best! Thanks for reading Gearbox Magazine! We really appreciate it!