The 1964 MG Liquid Suspension Special represents many of the changes that swept through the Indianapolis 500 in the mid-1960s. This car was developed by Kjell Qvale, owner of the British Motor Car Distributors (BMC) in San Francisco, and famous race car engineer Joe Huffaker. It was crafted with a chrome molybdenum space frame and was powered from the rear by a 255 cubic-inch Offenhauser racing engine. It was test driven by the famous A.J. Foyt who set a track record at Phoenix. It was raced by great drivers, namely Walt Hansgen, Bob Vieth, Jerry Grant and Wally Dallenbach. It is named the 'Liquid Suspension Special' because it used the same hydro-lastic shock absorbers as used in the production MG sedans.