Alan Miller’s Color Code Project is Moving Forward

A few weeks ago we showed you what Alan Miller was up to with his Color Code project and the table he built to keep everything straight and square. He is still cutting and welding on the car. He recently sent in the following pictures to show his progress. Could we possibly see this at the Reunion this year?



Here is what is left of Alan’s Color Code car. Look closely at the very front of the chassis and compare it to the next photo.


Alan is not done cutting yet. The car is disappearing before our eyes.


A look inside a frame rail is not very reassuring. He is currently getting ready to replace the passenger side frame rail.


The driver side tow/floor board is also up for replacement.


The new panels are the start of the rebuild.


Not everything gets replaced some of it can be saved.

Keep up the good work Alan and keep us posted on your progress.



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