Bruce Austin's dad bought this '67 Dodge D-100 new in 1967, his very first new vehicle that he drove until his death in 1988. Bruce restored the truck to drive in 1992 and drove it again until 1996. Parked and deteriorated, he got serious about it again in 2002. It still sports the 225 Slant Six but with the hottest cam that Bruce could find from Scoggin Dickey speed dept. Add in a 3-into-1 header from Clifford Performance, 0.060 over TRW pop-ups, electronic ignition from a late-model Dodge, and dual Flowmasters. Bruce now has a monster that sounds like a V-8 at idle and a mad hornet at shift points. The '67 is lowered 4 inches in the front and 3 in the rear with 17-inch Cragar wheels. The new paint color is DuPont blue. Bruce cruises with the Caprock Classic Car Club in Lubbock, Texas, and says the D-100 is a real crowd pleaser.