The March 1960 issue of Playboy comes packed with intriguing content, including thrilling fiction, automobiles, food, humor, entertainment, and more.
"The Hildebrand Rarity" is a novelette that entices readers with its mystery and suspense.
For the automobile enthusiasts, “The Scarab Formula One” article dives into the world of Formula One racing.
" Some Enchanted Eating" takes food lovers on a culinary adventure.
"The Roger Price Theory of Nomenclature" is a humor section that tickles the funny bone with witty observations.
"Playboy's TV Penthouse" is an entertainment feature that gives readers a glimpse into the world of television.
"Q.E.D." offers more humor, keeping the laughs rolling.
"Clipped Accents" focuses on accoutrements, showcasing stylish accessories to complement your wardrobe.
"Pretty as a Picture" presents Playboy’s Playmate of the Month in all her beauty.
"Playboy's Party Jokes" continues to provide humor with a collection of jokes.
"A Great Voice Stilled" is a piece of fiction that evokes emotions with its gripping narrative.
"Las Vegas" is a section under ‘Playboy on the Town’ that gives readers the lowdown on the entertainment and nightlife of this vibrant city.
"The Actor" is another fiction entry that draws readers into the world of acting.
"Battleground" offers satire, while "Weather or Not" focuses on attire for different weather conditions.
"The Weeping Dog" is a ribald classic that combines humor with historical storytelling.
Finally, the "Chaplin" article pays homage to the legendary Charlie Chaplin, looking back at his remarkable career.
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.