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Prancing Horse magazine 098

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Issue Contents:
  • I can do better than that! by Marcel Massini
  • National Ferrari Concours Awards by Ed Gilbertson
  • The Colorado Grand by Jeff Allison
  • Technotes Elastomeric Timing Belt replacement intervals by Bill Badurski
  • 250 GT Boano and Ellena Feature by Alan Boe
  • Luigi Chinetti interviewed by Michitake Isobe
  • Yearbooks 1949 to 1960 by R. Lance Hill
  • Dedicating FNA's new Headquarters - A Night at the Ferrari Opera by Mark Wallach
  • Design and Construction on the Enzo 512P by David Paul Goldsmith
  • Regional Events - Northeast Molitar Concours by Mark Wallach
  • Regional Events - Southeast Talledega Track Event by Mark Wallach
  • Regional Events - Southeast Savannah Fall Weekend by Vince Capka
  • International Events Club Ferrari France at Mas du Clos by Carle Florissone
  • International Events T&I Super Sports Festival, Japan by Michitake Isobe
  • Book Review Forty Years of V-12 Engines by Dyke W. Ridgley
  • Reconstructing two 512's, part VII by David E. Junker
  • It's in the Bag (Fuel Cells) by Bruce A. Bennett
  • Horsing Around


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  • Albaco SKU#: ph098
  • Year: 1991
  • Month: Q1
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  • Language: English
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  • Brand / Manufacturer: Ferrari Club of America
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