The completed engine compartment is capped off with Kyle Tucker's excellent cold-air box that feeds from the hole we cut in the firewall to access the cowl. I tried to keep the wiring and all the other stuff to a minimum to make the installation as clean as possible. The completed engine compartment is capped off with Kyle Tucker's excellent cold-air box t The re-covered Viper seats make a huge difference in how this car feels on the highway, along with the LT1-style T56 six-speed with its double overdrive. The re-covered Viper seats make a huge difference in how this car feels on the highway, al This is a photo of my dad Nicholas Trush with his '67 Camaro and my '69 before its final restification. This is one of my most cherished photos. This is a photo of my dad Nicholas Trush with his '67 Camaro and my '69 before its final r I still ponder the question of whether my Dad bought the '67 for his benefit or mine. I know deep down he did it for me, I only wish I still had the chance to ask, or at least thank him one more time. Sadly, my father suddenly passed away in November 2000, two years before the car was completed, and he never got to see it finished. The license plate on my car reads 4YOUDAD, which is my small tribute to my father, one of the most talented guys I have ever known, who I miss dearly every day. I like to think he is looking down, smiling, and proud. Thanks, Dad. « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | View Full Article By Jeff Trush Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!