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Ken Miller, an engineer by trade, built this car, dubbed the Tiller Miller because it featured tiller-style steering using a motorcycle-style front end. The two Pontiac engines were connected in the middle to a one-ton Ford rear end that Miller had fabricated with two pinions, one in each direction. The car, which ran around 1960, only made a few passes, according to his friend Ron Johnson, due to oiling problems with the rear engine that led to failure. Miller simply unbolted the rear chassis/motor assembly and ran the car with one engine.

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A captured German Taube monoplane, on display in the courtyard of Les Invalides in Paris, in 1915.

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