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In response to Jim Donnelly’s post last week regarding the Miller 91 going up for auction – and, possibly, in advance of the upcoming Millers at Milwaukee event – Hugo90 posted a few photos of the Miller engines on view at the Museum of American Speed in Lincoln, Nebraska, to the Hemmings Nation Flickr pool. We’ll start with his shot of the Miller 91 in the museum’s collection, a naturally aspirated version of the supercharged engine going up for auction.
Up next, a twin-camshaft 151-cu.in. four-cylinder, an “affordable” engine built for hydroplanes and based on Miller’s 310-cu.in. straight-eight marine engines.
Finally, a supercharged Miller marine twin-camshaft straight-eight. Great stuff, Hugo90, thanks!