Harry Arminius Miller was, quite simply, the greatest creative figure in the history of the American racing car. Miller engines and cars dominated American racing for almost half a century, winning most every race worth winning.
In 1991, a restored front-wheel-drive Miller 91 race car was donated to the Smithsonian Instituion by Robert M. Rubin following a phenomenal restoration by Miller expert Christopher Leydon. Harry Miller's legacy had taken its rightful place in the nation's most distinguished showcase for historic artifacts.
This book is noted author Griffith Borgeson's history of Harry Miller and his cars, published by Motorbooks International and made possible by a grant from the Smithsonian Institution's Hardold Rubin Fund to honor the installation of the Miller 91 in the Transportation Division of the National Museum of American History.