Miller Golden Submarine

Miller Golden Submarine

This custom Golden Submarine hot rod is a historical race car built by Fred Offenhauser and Harry Miller for Barney Oldfield back in 1917. The most interesting and noticeable feature is Goden Sub’s aluminum body which looks like submarine. The car had 4,7 liter 4-cylinder aluminum alloy engine which developed 136 HP and failed for a few times, but still completed 54 races with 20wins, 2 seconds and 2 thirds.

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