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Fareed “Fred” Joseph Harb Jr. (June 14, 1930 – December 18, 2016) was an American stock car racing driver. The High Point, North Carolina resident made 144 NASCAR Grand National Series (now Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series) starts from 1955 to 1965, earning 13 top fives and 42 top tens. He raced in the NASCAR Convertible Division, making 24 starts.
Harb started his NASCAR career in 1955, entering two races. He finished eleventh at Montgomery Speedway and twelfth at Orange Speedway driving for Ernest Woods. In 1956, Harb cashed in on local racing, winning $50 for finishing seventeenth in the first race of the season at Hickory Motor Speedway and another $50 for finishing 24th at Southern States Fairgrounds in Charlotte. That race he drove for Joe Blair, relative of friend Bill Blair. In 1957 he also ran three races, all within the Carolinas, and finishing inside the top twenty for all of them but not recording a top ten.