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Prancing Horse magazine 116

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Issue Contents:
  • FCA Spotlight Jake Silberberg & Alan Wilson by Jeff Allison
  • Gauld Mine by Graham Gauld
  • Alesi's F1 Birthday Win by Roger Shimmel
  • E.P. Lunken Tribute by Michael T. Lynch
  • 1995 FCA Annual Meeting by Alan Boe & Jeff Allison
  • Photo Mystery by Bob Tronolone
  • F355 Intro at Rodeo Drive by David M. Woodhouse
  • Trivia Phil Hill - First American World Driving Champion (part I) by Paul J. Medici
  • Regional Events - Florida Spring Track Event by Jim Pyle
  • Regional Events - Northeast Early Season Events by Mark Wallach
  • Regional Events - Southeast Mini Miglia by Alan W. Wilson, III
  • Regional Events Annual Skeets and Sharon Dunn Ferrari Picnic by William D. Noon
  • Mille Miglia Storica by Marcel Massini
  • California Mille by Jeff Allison
  • Tour de France Auto 1995 by Lilo Kistler
  • WSC Ferraris at Road Atlanta and beyond by Al Bahoric
  • Ferrari Challenge by David Seibert
  • Tech Notes Ignition Breaker Point Set synchronization by Bill Badurski
  • Horsing Around Sebring 1995 by Bruce Miller


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  • Year: 1995
  • Month: Q3
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  • Language: English
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  • Brand / Manufacturer: Ferrari Club of America
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