1935 Miller-Ford V-8

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Harry Miller, one of America's most important racing designers, built this car for Ford Motor Company's effort at the 1935 Indianapolis 500. It has all of Miller's hallmarks -- innovation, craftsmanship, and an almost sculptural presence. All that it lacks is a victory. Miller built ten similar cars, but a hurried production schedule led to mechanical problems and none finished the race.

This car never reached Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Made in Dearborn, Michigan by Miller-Tucker, Inc. for Ford Motor Company.

Engine

Ford V-8, L-head valves, 221 cubic inches

Wheels and tires

Wheelbase: 100 inches

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