18″ x 24″ on high quality poster paper
In the 1920’s, Harry Miller designed some of the most legendary, historic and innovative race cars ever to run at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and on the board tracks around the country in what many consider to be the Golden Era of auto racing.
First Turn Productions is proud to present on high quality poster paper the Miller Front-Drives of the 1920’s. (18″ x 24″)
**The First Turn Productions water marks are not on the actual poster.
Featured on the poster are the Miller Front Drives from 1925 to 1929 along with the drivers name and finishing position in the Indy 500 under the car.
1925 – Dave Lewis 2nd
1926 – Dave Lewis 15th and Earl Cooper (won pole) 16th
1927 – Harry Hartz 25th, Peter DePaolo 26th, Frank Elliot 10th, Dave Lewis 33rd, Leon Duray 27th and Jules Ellingboe 29th
1928 – Wilbur Shaw 25th, Leon Duray 19th, Babe Stapp 6th, Cliff Woodbury 23rd, Ralph Hepburn 24th, Cliff Bergere 28th, Fred Comer 9th and Sam Ross 20th
1929 – Cliff Woodbury (won pole) 33rd, Bob McDonough 18th, Phil “Red” Shafer” 12th, Ralph Hepburn 31st, Leon Duray 22nd, Cliff Bergere 9th, Albert Karnatz 25th and Peter Depaolo 30th