Miller in 1932
Yale car, 1903
A Miller carburetor
Kirk Manufacturing Company - The Yale Touring Car - 1904
The Miller eight cylinder racing engine
The 1935 Miller IndyCar chassis was the first to use a Ford engine
1925 Indianapolis front wheel drive racer
1925 Indianapolis front wheel drive racer
1924 Miller 122/183 "Convertible" (designed to be converted quickly from one engine to another) ran at 151.26 mph, at Muroc Dry Lake

Manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles in Toledo, Ohio from 1901 to 1905.

- Yale (automobile)

Miller's first work in the automotive business was with the short-lived Yale Automobile Company.

- Harry Miller (auto racing)

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