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1957 Epperly/Offenhauser Powered (#9) (Restored) "Belond Exhaust Special" Won the Indy 500 in 1957 with Sam Hanks and 1958 with Jimmy Bryan, Making it the Only Car in the History of Indianapolis to Win at the Brickyard with Different Drivers

1957 Epperly/Offenhauser Powered (#9) (Restored) "Belond Exhaust Special" Won the Indy 500 in 1957 with Sam Hanks and 1958 with Jimmy Bryan, Making it the Only Car in the History of Indianapolis to Win at the Brickyard with Different Drivers

Pat Flaherty finished first in the 1956 Indy 500 driving for John Zink. Flaherty was also an accomplished trainer of racing pigeons.

Pat Flaherty finished first in the 1956 Indy 500 driving for John Zink. Flaherty was also an accomplished trainer of racing pigeons.

Duane Carter competed in eleven Indy 500 races including eight races during the F1 era.  In 1953 his car #4 was retired halfway through the race. He later relieved Sam Hanks in car #3 and finished in third place.  In 1954 he once again earned World Championship points as a relief driver.  Carter relieved Troy Ruttman for the final 70 laps and drove the car #34 to fourth place.  Carter also earned a solo fourth place in 1952.

Duane Carter competed in eleven Indy 500 races including eight races during the F1 era. In 1953 his car #4 was retired halfway through the race. He later relieved Sam Hanks in car #3 and finished in third place. In 1954 he once again earned World Championship points as a relief driver. Carter relieved Troy Ruttman for the final 70 laps and drove the car #34 to fourth place. Carter also earned a solo fourth place in 1952.

1967 - A.J. Foyt's (#14) Coyote/Ford -Qualified: 4th, Speed (166.289 mph) Finished: 1st, Led 27 Laps - Average Speed (151.207 mph) (Restored)

1967 - A.J. Foyt's (#14) Coyote/Ford -Qualified: 4th, Speed (166.289 mph) Finished: 1st, Led 27 Laps - Average Speed (151.207 mph) (Restored)

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