Legends: Harry Miller – American Race Car Designer and Builder (Part 1)

Ready for the 1932 Indianapolis 500 automobile race is Harry A. Miller, seated in a four-wheel drive racing car, which he and a staff of 10 built at a cost of $15,000. Bettmann/Getty Images

The legendary American race car designer and builder Harry Miller was known as "the greatest creative figure in the history of the American racing car." His cars and engines dominated the American oval-track racing scene for almost half a century. Tune in to hear the first half of Scott and Ben's discussion of the legendary Harry Miller.

Topics in this Podcast: Alloyanum, Racing History, carburetor, Master Carburetor Company, Racing Engines, Miller Golden Submarine, Ole Evinrude, Edsel Ford, Henry Ford, Barney Oldfield, American Oval-Track Racing, Indianapolis 500, Indy 500, Harry Miller, Harold Arminius Miller, Fred Offenhauser, Race Car Designer, Race Car Builder, Preston Tucker