Ak Miller's 1927 Ford

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A photo of Fred's roadster taken during the 1955 Bonneville Nationals. Photo from The Fred Larsen Photo Collection.
"Beauty and the Beast." A photo of Marylou Larsen with "Miller's Missile" during the 1955 Bonneville Nationals. Photo from The Fred Larsen Photo Collection.
A photo of Fred with the roadster in 1956. The car has a brand new flame paint job for the season. Photo from The Fred Larsen Photo Collection.
In 1957 Fred flipped the roadster at Bonneville. "I tore my face and head all to hell, he told Dick Martin. This photo shows the roadster as it appeared after the accident. Photo from The Fred Larsen Photo Collection.
Fred showing off his helmet after the accident in 1957. "The mag broke off, hit me on the back of the head, and took my helmet off. I went sideways and over backward 180 feet when I hit the first time. The car was going backward upside-down, and I slid on my head on the salt. I had 180 stitches on my head and face," Fred told Dick Martin in an interview. Photo from The Fred Larsen Photo Collection.

1927 Ford Model T roadster owned and raced by Fred Larsen of Culver City, Calfornia.



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