I have been a member here for some time but have not posted anything in probably a couple of years, if not longer. Some projects just go faster than others, right? The good news is that my project, a 1975 base model (350, auto, a/c, front discs, standard interior) should be getting back on track soon. It's presently at a shop awaiting a heart transplant. The SBC that came in the car (not the original engine) when I bought it in 2006 was not rebuilt properly and is barely developing oil pressure (it's not the oil pump). Rather than a rebuild, I'm opting for a crate motor swap. The car is lowered 2" with new suspension and steering components. The factory front discs have been upgraded and the stock transmission was replaced with a 700R4. Body work includes tucked and sectioned front and rear bumpers with a chrome finish, a Z-28 type hood, a billet grille, and halo daytime running lights. The interior is still gutted. That will be the last stage after the engine is replaced. I'm disabled and use a lightweight manual wheelchair for mobility. My chair folds compactly and I'm able to transfer in and out of 2-door coupes with little trouble. I drive with hand controls and love the freedom of driving. I've owned some fun muscle cars over the decades (I'm, 61) and I enjoy modifying them for reliability, comfort, and safety. I'm not afraid to drive them on extended trips. It's a real pleasure to take an older car on a bucket list road trip. For example, several years ago I drove my '67 Mustang convertible on a 45-day-journey across the USA and back--nearly 11,000 miles with no major issues. The following year, I drove it from Florida to Maine and back, again no significant issues. I'd like to be able to do the same with the Camaro. It has factory a/c and I've added power windows for convenience. The interior will be thoroughly soundproofed with Dynamat-type underlayment, the goal being to occasionally enjoy some quality music or even some relative quiet during a long drive. Have any of you been successful with getting a fairly quiet ride in a 2nd generation F-body with the windows up? We're spoiled nowadays by the near-absence of wind noise in newer vehicles, and I'm wondering if the wind is going to sound like a banshee when I'm doing 70 or 80 in the Camaro. Is there a particular label for weatherstrip and window seals that you recommend? Enjoy the photos and let me know of your ideas/recommendations. Thanks.