Easy to overlook, but scattered copies of Stock Car Racing also feature discreet SCCA Trans Am coverage. For a time SCCA Trans Am posed a threat to NASCAR, with the sanctioning body inaugurating a rival ponycar series known as the NASCAR GT to both accommodate demand and not allow manufacturer interest to bleed away into another series uncontested. SCR hedged its bet, affording coverage of NASCAR, NASCAR GT, as well as SCCA Trans Am. Though such naive reportage is rare, appreciate that the Trans Am sedans were marketed as steel bodied 'stock cars' racing for the penny loafer, capri pants and madras shirt crowd; i.e. the '70 BOSS 302 print advertisements. SCR's split focus didn't last long, but nevertheless, be alert to content that can creep in.
...the issue on the left in particular has a fine T/G Firebird 303 article, hopes for the effort, Titus quips, etc. Article contained within issue seen at right has an unexpected review of Minter's upset victory at '70 Donnybrooke.