The Goldenrod was the wheeldriven landspeed record holder for a very long time, from 1965 until 1991. Powered by four fuelinjected Chrysler Hemi engines that supplied 2400 horsepower, the Goldenrod was owned by Bob and Bill Summers, who had the help of a Lockheed engineer in perfecting its design. In 1965, the Summers brothers were able to take the Goldenrod to speeds of 409.3 miles per hour, handing them the speed record for the time. The car has since been purchased by The Henry Ford Museum and was restored. Its been on display since 2006.