Saturday, August 12, 2017

Harry Miller had a company that was innovative and made heads that bumped up power 80% by putting the valves in the heads instead of the block. Everything was incredible, until the stock market crash of 1929 killed the business


  1. Thanks for the link to that spectacular car and the story behind it.Easily the best read of my weekend!

  2. Harry was a genius,he changed the whole racing engine design scene in the 20s & early30s-read the book,"The Golden Age Of The American Racing Car" by Griff Borgeson it was great era,& even though I am a F1 tragic, I still know genius when I see it.