Since the death of Farrah Fawcett was announced this site has been bombarded with hits to the original Farrah’s Foxy Vette article I wrote a while back.
I have talked to the owner this evening and he does not want to be contacted about the car at this time. He has promised an exclusive article on the Vette when he is ready to bring the car out of hiding.
Please do not contact me asking for the Owner’s Name or contact information because I will not release it out of respect for the Owner’s privacy.
Stay tuned to M3 for the Exclusive on Farrah’s Foxy Vette coming soon…
We have lost a true beauty and icon of the 70s. Farrah you will be missed. God Bless and our sympathies are with your family.
June 17, 1923
Enzo Ferrari wins first race
On this day, Enzo Ferrari, who would go on to an historic career as a driver for Alpha Romeo before being put in charge of their racing division, won his first race, a 166-mile event at the Circuito del Savio in Ravenna, Italy. After the Ravenna race, Ferrari met for the first time the Count Enrico Baracca and his wife, the Countess Paolina, who would later suggest to Ferrari that he use the prancing horse emblem of their son. “Ferrari,” remarked the Countess, “why don’t you put my son’s prancing horse on your cars; it will bring you luck.” The Countess’s son, Francesco, had been Italy’s premier flying ace in World War I before he was shot down and killed at Mount Montello. On his plane he carried a white shield bearing a prancing black stallion. Ferrari would adopt the emblem, changing the field of the shield to canary yellow in honor of his hometown of Modena.
If the music is as good as the cover art…I have to have this album.