This photo recently surfaced in our archives of one of the 1906 Vanderbilt Cup race Frayer-Miller cars racing cars. It is one of the three cars, all of which are slightly different and as the details on this one do not match up with the other two, it appears that we may now have all three posted now. Both of the other two Frayer-Miller cars car can be seen here along with the background information on the air-cooled monsters, which featured 990.78 c.i. engines.
This photo is from the Peter Helck Collection and is quite large in size, which allowed the two large-sized thumbnail photos above to be made, giving you a chance to see all the details of the construction. Interesting items of note; the two-float bowl carburetor, a mechanical oiler just behind the engine along with two boxes that may contain a battery and possibly ignition coils, and the drilled brackets, levers and the floorboard for the driver and the mechanics feet. Photo courtesy of Racemaker Press.