1967 AAR Eagle Gurney-Weslake V-12 #36
One week after his win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Dan Gurney made history by driving the #36 Eagle to victory in the 1967 Belgian Grand Prix at Spa Francorchamps. Designed by Aubrey Woods and manufactured by Harry Weslake, it features an intricately fabricated titanium exhaust system by Pete Wilkins of AAR. The first of the “Mag-Ti Eagles,” it weighed only 1,178 pounds due to the use of a titanium suspension and magnesium monocoque. Gurney’s win made him the second American to drive an American car to Grand Prix Victory since 1921, and the first to do so in a car of his own construction.
The Collier Collecton at the Revs Institute