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Prancing Horse magazine 103

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Issue Contents:
  • Book review Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta - Carlo Anderloni, Valerio Moretti & Stan Nowak by Darrel Westfaul
  • Book Review Ferrari, Salute to the Spyder - Henry Rasmussen by David Seibert
  • Book Review Klemantaski & Ferrari - Louis Klementaski by Mark Wallach
  • High Value, Collector Car Insurance by Barry Tillman & Watts Hill Jr.
  • F92 A
  • One Man's Opinion Was Elvis Enzo's Love Child? by Tom Oleson
  • Ferrari Press Kits by R. Lance Hill
  • The 375 America - The 4.5 Liter Lampredi Engine finds a Home by Alan Boe
  • The Drawings of Dave Cummins
  • Technotes Testarossa Cooling System Service by Bill Badurski
  • Regional Events - Florida Sebring Track Event 1992 by Jim Pyle
  • Regional Events - Central States Gathering at the Detroit Auto Show by Jerry McDermott
  • IMSA Competition - Where have all the Ferrari Spice cars gone? by Robert Pease
  • Different by Design by Bob Michaud
  • Red Wine, Red Cars by Marilyn Burnside
  • Reconstructing two 512's, part XI by David E. Junker
  • Autocrossing a 308 by John M. Kelsey
  • Trivia Bridgehampton Sports Car Road Races 1949 by Paul J. Medici

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  • Year: 1992
  • Month: Q2
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  • Language: English
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  • Brand / Manufacturer: Ferrari Club of America
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