6263 - Indy EagleDebut Series Grand PrixProduced 1969Designer Ira GilfordBlue windshield (chipped)Eagle MK2 - All American Racers is an American auto racing team founded by Dan Gurney and Carroll Shelby in 1964. All American Racers initially participated in American sports car and Champ Car races as well as international Formula One events with cars named Eagle. The Eagle T1G, powered by a obsolete Coventry Climax engine, debuted at the 1966 Belgian Grand Prix. The design of the Mk1, and its Indy sister design the Mk2, are essentially the same chassis design. The MK2 was designed to accept the quad-cam Ford V8 that had powered the 1966 Indy 500 winner. Jochen Rindt drove the #48 at Indy in 1967, but the race was dominated by Parnelli Jones in the radically new, four-wheel drive STP-Paxton Turbocar or Shelby Turbine entered by Andy Granatelli. NCWHA RATING 1.
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