Modified Motors is a monthly magazine dealing with the modified car scene in Ireland. The magazine was set up in 2002 as a specialist magazine for car tuning enthusiasts. In the last number of years they have established themselves as the leading Irish modified car magazine. The decision to introduce Modified Motors to the Irish market on a monthly basis was based on the absence of any dedicated publication on the topic. The magazine launched its website in May 2007.
Modified Motors joined Ireland's largest motoring publication house, Page 7 Media, in July 2004. They print approximately 25,000 magazines monthly and have a readership of above 75,000. Eason & Son, Newspread, WNS and Newsbrothers distribute Modified Motors nationwide.
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