This version was the fourth boats that flew the "Miss U.S." flag. It started in 1967 as the yellow Miss Bardahl, and was campaigned for the U-40 Bardahl team until 1970. It won the championship in its debut year, and became known for its unique checkerboard pattern, first run in 1968. In 1970, it ran as two boats: the U-13 Miss Budweiser II, and the U-2 Miss U.S. It ran as the U-32 Hallmark Homes in 1971, when it was destroyed at the Gold Cup in Madison with Leif Borgesen driving.
Dave Walther piloted the U-2 Miss U.S. at the 3 races it ran in 1970. After finishing 9th in Detroit, it failed to finish at Seattle and San Diego. The U-13 Miss Budweiser II/U-2 Miss U.S. finished 12th in national high points.