The story of Harry Miller and his Indianapolis Cars. This book has won several awards the first edition earning a Cugnot Award honourable mention from the Society of Automotive Historians. The second edition contains 48 more pages and more than 40 additional photographs covering the early racing in the States. Having originally manufactured carburettors, Harry Miller went on to build race cars for Barney Oldfield and many of the straight-eights that ran on the board-lined tracks that were popular at the time. Hard to find and well worth the read.