My son and I did a lot together in Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts. He left Scouts after completing his Eagle project making it hard to spend time together. He had been reading all kinds of car magazines and one day we talked about getting a car to work on together. This led to him finding a 79 Camaro at the Woodward Dream Cruise and I ended up buying the car. Well, we have spent many hours together without arguing. We had to replace the trans twice. The first TCI trans was fully automatic and would not work with the vmatic 2 shifter. We finally install a street and strip TCI trans and new torque converter. While under the car we saw break fluid on the rear tires and had to install new wheel cylinders and shoes when the previous owner had just replaced the breaks. We drove the car for a week or so then had to rebuild the heads when we had two push rods shatter. The head geometry was all wrong. We pulled the engine and went through it to find that the rest of it was ok. For a car that was supposed to be in good condition Scott and I have learned a lot.