EXCLUSIVE: Father’s Day is making out to be particular for “Deadliest Catch” star, Captain Josh Harris.
The seafarer, 37, stated he’ll be taking the day to recollect his “old man” – the legendary late fishing boat captain Phil Harris, who died in 2010 at age 53 – in a particular approach.
“I still have his favorite car that he ever owned. That [Corvette] Z06 – a red Z06,” Harris advised Fox Information on June 10. “I imply, he truly wished to be buried on this factor.
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The captain stated mere hours earlier than talking with us, he had simply gotten the 2008 Chevy Corvette Z06 out of the mechanic’s store after having it appeared over to make sure issues have been so as earlier than his day of honor and remembrance for the elder Harris.
“For the first part of the day, I’ll go cruising down a road that he and I used to just kind of race amongst each other on it,” Harris stated detailing his plans.
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“And I’ll be blaring some old-school tunes – like some Led Zeppelin or Pink Floyd or something he loved – and I’ll have the windows down and I’ll just be cruising. Listening to the music loud and remembering that ride that we would do.”
Harris stated he constructed up an authentic Infiniti G35 coupe in an effort to race his father’s Z06 however stated he all the time got here up brief towards the Chevy and its practically one thousand horsepower. He added that his automotive “never won” regardless that Harris “had a lot of money dumped into it.”
“Then he went and bought the Corvette – and he had five Corvettes at one time,” Harris continued quipping “the guy was a weirdo. He was really into Corvettes.”
Harris fought again laughter and stated he used to assume the Corvette was a “male crisis car,” however rapidly modified his stance after lastly getting behind the wheel.
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“After driving that thing I’m like, ‘all right. I got a lot of respect for this car.’ It definitely gets the job done.”
Harris, who’s a father himself, stated the second a part of the day is reserved for “put-put golf with my kid and just doing the normal stuff.”
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“It’s been so long since I’ve been out in a public situation because of COVID-19 and everything and we’re finally opening up in Seattle,” Harris defined. “So I’ll go and hopefully get a nice game of put-put golf in – a friendly game.”