Built by legendary car owner Mike Boyle in 1938, this Miller FWD only raced in Indianapolis. Driven by legendary drivers of the era, this Miller finished second in the 1946 Indianapolis 500, qualifying at a speed of over 120 miles per hour. From 1939 to 1947, it never finished out of the top six. The Offenhauser engine, familiarly known as the 'Offy,' was developed by Fred Offenhauser and his employer Harry A. Miller. Miller developed this engine into a twin overhead cam, four-cylinder, four-valve-per cylinder 220 cubic-inch (3.6-liter) racing engine.
This front-wheel-drive Indianapolis racecar has an extensive Indy history. It raced with a Miller 8-cylinder engine from 1938 through 1941. There were no races from 1942 through 1945 due to WWII. It raced in 1946-1947 with a Miller/Offy 4-cylinder engine.
- 1938 Indy, car number 7, driven by Wild Bill Cummings, started 16th finished 24th with a speed of 122.393.
- 1939 Indy, car number 4, driven by Ted Horn, started 9th and finished 6th with a speed of 121.540.
- 1940 Indy, car number 3, driven by Ted Horn, started 4th and finished 4th with a speed of 125.545.
- 1941 Indy, car number 41, driven by Chet Miller, started 9th and finished 6th with a speed of 121.540.
- 1946 Indy, car number 61, driven by Jimmy Jackson, started 5th and finished 2nd with a speed of 120.257
- 1957 Indy, car number 7, driven by Jimmy Jackson, started 10th and finished 5th with a speed of 122.266.
Attempts were made to race from 1948 through 1951; but it either qualified and got bumped from the field or did not qualify.