The last time we heard from Alan Miller he was trying to reduce is hat size with the use of a car lift. Check this out. He has since recovered and moved on to safer ways to entertain himself. If you know Alan, you know he doesn’t especially like easy projects. He likes big challenges.
This time around, Alan is working on a 1969 428 Color Code car. Like, I said, he needs a challenge so he had to build a table jig to hold the car in place while he cut it up.
The jig has eight mounting holes and ten alignment points. He used the chart in the 1969 Ford Shop Manual to get all the measurements exact. The jig is made with 2″ and 1 -1/2 ” square tubing. Everybody should have one of these, right? There is no way you could do this on a rotisserie.
The car’s frame was tweaked in the front and rear. He was able to pull it back into spec. If you look closely you can see most of the rook is also missing. He is replacing it with a new roof that includes the front “A”pillar posts.
As if that isn’t enough, he also has to replace the passenger side frame rail. After saying the cowl needs to be replaced he stated: “The car is “very rough” butI can bring it back from the dead.”
With taking a shot at the Mopar TV show, Graveyard Carz; he and Dr. Cyclone, Tom Wilson, say they are going to have a show called “Graveyard Cyclones”.
Tom said Alan isn’t scared just a little crazy.