I am sure many of you guys and gals are similar to me. I have been collecting every known car magazine from about 1970 forward. I probably have something like 3,500 magazines or better and they include everything from HotRod, StreetRodder, Rod&Custom, CarCraft, CustomRodder, Truckin, RodAction, PopularHotRodding, SuperChevy, Autobuff, plus all the varied rod and custom titles that have come and gone. I always held onto these thinking I would want to re-read them someday, but now I am thinking they are just in my way. I am considering several varied options. 1. Just pitch em. Burn em. Dump em. 2. Sort through and try to determine what might be valuable and put up for sale (with associated pain in the buttness to follow through with this activity.) 3. Dig through them and rip out stuff I like for a random "Stuff I Like" file. 4. Donate them to the troops (if there is the ability to do such a thing...) 5. Cut out photos I like and make chairs or something like Denise does (decoupage). Unfortunately, this would create something else that I wouldn't want to throw away and it would just result in yet more stuff in the way. 6. Cut photos I like out and glue on back of garage door. 7. Give them to small kids at car shows (I am sure they would be excited to see the cigarette ads, vintage bourbon ads and bra-less pit girls from the late 70's. Our librarian used to censor them before placing them out for us to read...) 8. Save them to read later in case the oil crisis takes down the electrical grid and thus our internet as we know it. I can't imagine not getting my future fix on the internet, but reading old car mags by candlelight in the future would be better than nothing! 9. Put them on display in awesome magazine store style racks in the shop (Would love to, but NO room!) 10. ????? I am at a loss. While I am sick of being "hostage" to my stuff, I also would find it hard to just pitch these. I am a hoarder. I recognize that. I have literally boxes and boxes and boxes of these things, many of which have just been stored unseen for 2-3 decades or longer. What do you guys do???