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1967 Gurney Eagle Indy Car news, pictures, specifications, and information
Chassis Num: 214
 
This is the 1967 Gurney Eagle racecar chassis #214.
Driven by Jerry Grant for Gurney's All American Racing in 1967.
Owned by Michner Racing from 1968 to 1971.
Qualified on the front row for the 1970 Indianapolis 500.
Driven by Johnny Rutherford.
Powered by a turbocharged Offenhauser four-cylinder engine.
Power fed through a Hewland four-speed gearbox.
Restored to the condition in which it appeared in 1971 driven by Jonnny Rutherford.
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