1960 Meskowski Race Car
Between 1960 and 1963, A.J. Foyt won 13 of the 26 races he drove in this car. Under its hood is a version of the famous Offenhauser engine designed by Harry Miller and refined by Fred Offenhauser. "Offy" engines powered their first Indianapolis 500 winner in 1935 and their last in 1976. The final turbocharged versions pumped out 1,000 horsepower.
Winner of 13 100-mile championship races, 1960–63, all driven by A.J. Foyt. Won at DuQuoin, Illinois (three times); Langhorne, Pennsylvania (three times); Indiana State Fairgrounds, Indianapolis (twice); Sacramento, California (twice); Trenton, New Jersey (twice); and Phoenix, Arizona.
Car was built by Wally Meskowski of Indianapolis, Indiana for Bowes Seal Fast team, Indianapolis, Indiana. Paint scheme was devised by Dean Jeffries.
Meyer and Drake "Offenhauser" inline-4, double overhead cams, 255 cubic inches
Wheels and tires
Wheelbase: 96 inches