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Lotus 56

American Government Special Collections Reference Desk

Open Wheel Racing

56
Vehicle Model

A race car produced by Lotus.  An open-wheel turbine-powered four-wheel drive race car that competed in the 1968 Indianapolis 500 with drivers Graham Hill, Joe Leonard, and Art Pollard.  After the race, sanctioning body USAC prohibited the use of turbine engines and four wheel drive.

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CARS in Miniature Graham Hill Lotus 56 Model Graham Hill
Photo ©2007 Bill Crittenden
As shown at the January 2007 Meeting of C.A.R.S. in Miniature
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CARS in Miniature Graham Hill Lotus 56 Model Graham Hill
Photo ©2007 Bill Crittenden
As shown at the January 2007 Meeting of C.A.R.S. in Miniature
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CARS in Miniature Graham Hill Lotus 56 Model Graham Hill
Photo ©2007 Bill Crittenden
As shown at the January 2007 Meeting of C.A.R.S. in Miniature
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Model Kits

TypeBrandItem #SeriesNameScaleNotes
Model KitMPC6025Grand Prix SeriesLotus STP Turbine CarWith tractor




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