The boat is powered by a 1710 cubic inch Allison engine, the same as that which powered World War II fighter aircraft including the P-38.
This Watson-Offy Roadster raced in the 48th Indianapolis 500 on Saturday, May 30, 1964.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum inspires young people to tackle the challenges of science, technology, engineering and math.
Alan Bean walked on the moon as part of the Apollo 12 mission and later commanded America’s first space station.
Now on display in SPEED: Science in Motion; a rare 1961 Lotus Monte Carlo.
Intended to compete in the Unlimited Class at the Reno Air Races, work began on the David Rose RP-4 project in 2005.
Mr. Ford's visit was fitting, as the Air & Space Museum is housed in one of the original Ford Buildings.
The P3’s agility and versatility enabled it to win 16 of the 39 Grands Prix in 1935. The P3 had earned its place as a truly great racing car.
Several new exciting vehicles have recently joined the SPEED: Speed Science in Motion special exhibition at the San Diego Air & Space Museum.
Carroll Shelby, the original designer of the Shelby GT 500, was brought in by Ford to help develop the Ford GT; which included performance testing of the prototype car. While the project was still secret, it was called Petunia.