MILLER 91 Packard Cable Special No. 18 Front-wheel Drive
INDY 500 Racer
Modelled in SolidWorks™, rendered
in KeyShot2 Pro™
One of the greatest names in the history of Motorsports
is that of Harry Arminius Miller.
of the most famous race cars is the Packard-Cable Special
?. 18, driven by the great Leon Duray, and first campaigned
in the white livery. Fully restored in 1991, in the
stunning purple and gold color scheme, ? 18 is now in
the collection of the Smithsonian Institution, and valued
at over $10,000,000.
genius, assisted by the great automotive engineer Leo
Goossen, created the most advanced racing car designs
ever seen, including the Miller 183, 122 and his famous
91 Series, usually seen on the starting grid of the
Indianapolis 500, and often at the finish line. Miller
cars dominated racing for almost half a century.
Front-wheel Drive and Four-wheel drive of the1930’s
led to the Miller-Gulf cars, the Miller-Ford racers
and led directly to the famous Miller-Offenhauser of
the 1950’s, known simply as the “Offy”.