PFC Andy Miller and his wife, Sara, got to enjoy cruising in his freshly custom-painted 1972 Pontiac LeMans while he was home on leave from Afghanistan. He expected to find his project car in pieces, but thanks to a scramble by his father-in-law, Bryan Osborn and other family members and friends, the LeMans was driven to the Automobilia weekend car show in Old Town.
PFC Andy Miller and his wife, Sara, got to enjoy cruising in his freshly custom-painted 1972 Pontiac LeMans while he was home on leave from Afghanistan. He expected to find his project car in pieces, but thanks to a scramble by his father-in-law, Bryan Osborn and other family members and friends, the LeMans was driven to the Automobilia weekend car show in Old Town. The Wichita Eagle
PFC Andy Miller and his wife, Sara, got to enjoy cruising in his freshly custom-painted 1972 Pontiac LeMans while he was home on leave from Afghanistan. He expected to find his project car in pieces, but thanks to a scramble by his father-in-law, Bryan Osborn and other family members and friends, the LeMans was driven to the Automobilia weekend car show in Old Town. The Wichita Eagle

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