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Prancing Horse magazine 117

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Issue Contents:
  • Gauld Mine by Graham Gauld
  • Gianni Diena - The Loss of a Friend by Jess G. Pourret
  • Brian Redman / Derek Bell interview - We just wanted to go Racing by Peter Sachs
  • Photo Mystery by Bob Tronolone
  • Formula One European Summer Season F1 overview by Roger Shimmell
  • Ferrari Challenge - The Conclusion of the 1995 Ferrari Challenge by David Seibert
  • FCA Spotlight Pat Current & Judd Goldfeder by Jeff Allison
  • Reconstruction two 512s - part XVI by David E. Junker
  • One Man's Opinion The Good News & The Bad News by Tom Oleson
  • International Events Forza Ferrari at Suzuka in 1995 by Michitake Isobe
  • Meadowbrook Hall Concours d'Elegance by Jerry McDermott
  • Regional Events - Rocky Mountain Inaugural Ferrari Frolic at Stapleton Raceway by Paul Gilpatrick
  • What I did over my Summer Vacation by William Hubbel
  • A Walk around Monterey by Sam Smith & Donovan Leydon
  • Trivia Phil Hill - First American World Driving Champion (part 2) by Paul J. Medici


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  • Year: 1995
  • Month: Q4
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  • Language: English
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  • Brand / Manufacturer: Ferrari Club of America
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