Sport: EZY Did It

When he got nervous, taciturn Lou Moore showed it by licking the right corner of his mouth. He had been nervous since the day in mid-October when he took the money from the mortgage on his North Hollywood, Calif, home and began building a pair of autos to win the Indianapolis 500-mile race. In seven months, he put $57,000 worth of bronze, aluminum and steel, each part laboriously hand-tooled, into his sleek four-cylinder front-wheel-drive beauties.

An old race driver himself, Designer Moore picked his two drivers carefully: he knew that one slip on race...

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