The car was originally purchased as a rough six-pot sedan for $150 about eight years ago. But since then Cameron has gone right through the car and fitted a 403ci LS combo with a Holley Hi-Ram intake and a pair of 725cfm Pro Systems carbs along with freshening the Oasis Green paint and original green bench seat trim. The donk runs on E85 and still runs a hydraulic roller cam; with a TH350 and nine-inch drive train the old Holden has run 10.1@137mph, before the Nationals anyway.
Running in the Outlaw class at the Holden Nationals, Cameron came oh-so-close to a nine-second pass with a string of 10.0 second runs. The lack of a roll cage means that Cameron will have to keep trying his luck at Heathcote for that nine-second pass.
If the HT looks familiar, we had a chat to Cameron at Performance Car Mania last year. You can see that video here.