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They'll talk about the guitar Fred always carries and probably comment on how corny some of his ads can be. They'll wad up their left fist and swing in an arc that starts from their chin and ends near their right shoulder. But there's far more to Fred Ricart than an advertising icon.

His oldest son, Rick, is now working at the dealership. At that time, Fred's father - as a Ford dealer - sponsored the Lively Ones Racing Team, which to this day holds a title in the National Hot Rods Association.

Fred grew up around motor oil Fred's father, the late Paul F. in 1953 when he bought the former Solt Ford Dealership in Canal Winchester. By the time young Freddie was 10, his parents could not keep him away from cars. In his father's service department, he watched these men and others as they built their motors.

Infact, a make-shift track was created from his plain use.

By the time he graduated from Canal Winchester High School, Fred was a bona fide fan of motorsports, and he had met the woman he would marry - Lynne Meadows Ricart, also a Canal Winchester native. After graduating from Canal Winchester High School in 1969, Ricart left home for Cleveland and Case Western University where the pre-med student studied chemistry.