Myron Stevens

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17 Feb 1901
Los Angeles, California


02 Jul 1988
Sun City West, Arizona


United States

Indy 500s:

1 (1929-1931)

Worked as a fabricator and later ran a workshop. He was a brilliant mechanic, chassis foreman at Miller, who built many of the chassis for the successful outfit. Myron was also responsible for building and designing many of the 1930's cars. He was also heavily involved in the building of Frank Lockhart's land speed record attempt, the Stutz Black Hawk car. Retired to Arizona in the 1980's after seeing his cars achieve enormous success. Stevens wasn't really a racer but would test out some of his cars and he decided to enter a few Indianapolis 500's, even though he had built most of his opponent's cars!

Biography last updated 30 Jul 2015