Playboy Magazine September 1960 Issue - A Dive into Greenwich Village, Sports Cars, and Campus Chic

June 30, 2023 in PlayBoy 60s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine September 1960 Issue

The September 1960 issue of Playboy is a delightful mix of culture, style, and indulgence. Take a cultural trip with “Silverstein in Greenwich Village” as it paints the vivid and bohemian life of this iconic neighborhood through a captivating pictorial.

For the car enthusiasts, “The Playboy Sports Car” and “Sports Car Accoutrements” explore the thrilling world of sports cars and the chic accessories to accompany them. The gourmet readers can savor the secrets of “The Gourmet Frankfurter,” while the fashion-forward can stay ahead with “What’s Afoot?” and “Campus Checklist” to ace that college style. “Painting a Playmate” is an artistic showcase featuring the Playmate of the Month. For the sports fanatics, “Playboy’s Pigskin Preview” is an exciting foray into football. The issue also features an engaging assortment of fiction, satire, and humor, including “The Third Martini” and “Credit Cards.” Round it up with “A Short History of Pants,” and you have an issue that’s as diverse and dynamic as the era it represents.

Collectors and enthusiasts can find this issue in vintage magazine shops or through online platforms specializing in vintage publications. Digital versions may also be available.

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