This beautiful AAR Eagle built by Dan Gurney's All American Racers was sold in 1968 to Roger Penske, who put it on the track to be driven by Mark Donohue in two USAC (now IndyCar) races.
The vehicle was on the track until the mid-1970s and was driven by drivers such as Ron Bucknum, Arnie Knepper, Larry Rice and John Hubbard. Retired from racing, it stayed in a store in Florida until it was discovered in 1999 by a man who bought it and restored it to its original condition.
The 406 chassis is equipped with a 8 horsepower Chevrolet V532 engine. Its transmission is a manual Hewland, it has a front and rear independent suspension with adjustable spools and double wishbones. While the brakes are ventilated hydraulic disc on all four wheels. Without a doubt, a jewel that beat time.
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