It's a touchy situation. I know we spent a lot of time talking about it in the other thread. Someone (or multiple people) basically has to commit a considerable amount of time, effort and money to get it started...and then there's always the possibility that it won't be successful, and in these times, no one can afford to take a financial hit like that.
I, along with many others here on the forum would love to see a v6 magazine start up, but I'm not sure that it would make survive with just v6 mustangs, as someone else mentioned in the other thread, a magazine with v6 mustangs, camaros and challengers might work.
You really have to look at your consumer base, who the magazine is going to appeal to. There are plenty of people that drive v6 and v8 mustangs just for the "mustang" name and couldn't give two ****s about modding.
Up here in central Wisconsin, v6 mustangs are driven by older women and (get this) younger guys, but they don't mod them at all. Well, some do, but they put things like altezzas and Advanced Auto Parts hood scoops on their cars.
Plus, there are plenty of people who find themselves in a v6 mustang
as a starter car...either for financial reasons or to see if they like the rwd, 2 door scene. Then they move up to the v8 level or a different car if they didn't like the experience. At that point, someone is not going to spend thousands of dollars to mod their v6 if they're going to buy a v8 or a different car in a year.
The market specifically for v6 mustangs is growing, but I don't think it's reached the capacity for it's own magazine...maybe an e-magazine, something in this manner to feel out a response, and if there's a healthy response, possibly take the magazine to the next step, but initially, a full fledged monthly subscription type magazine is probably not the best idea.