2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, Goodbye Peter Cameron, Obituary. Supercharger expert in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; Peter Cameron, a Southern California supercharging expert and owner of Special Vehicle Concepts in Newport Beach, a firm specializing in ...
Automobile(s): 300 SRT8, 392 cubic inches of tire smoking power!
Goodbye Peter Cameron, Obituary. Supercharger expert
55, of Newport Beach, passed away suddenly on Sunday April 29, 2007. Beloved son of Gwen, and the late Teddy of New Zealand. Survived by his wife, Marie; daughters, Ashleigh and Brittany; and young son, Teddy. Also survived by his sisters, Julia (Rex), Lauree (Ken), and Briar (Michael); and his nieces and nephews. He was an energetic entrepreneur, with a gregarious personality and zest for life -an instant friend to all that met him. Visitation, Sun. May 6, 4-7pm, Pacific View Memorial Park (3500 Pacific View Dr, Corona del Mar). A celebration of his life will be held at Pacific View on Mon. May 7 at 2pm, followed by a reception. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Peter Cameron Memorial Fund, Wells Fargo Bank, P.O. Box 3488, Portland, OR 97208, for the care and education of his children.
Peter was a guru of Supercharging, forcing air down the throat of anything he could get his hands on. He would make them sound better, look better (at least in his eyes ) he made some of them faster than CRAP ! Cars, trucks, SUV, hell he wasn't picky he'd even make a Ford go faster! One of the most likeable guys you ever met. He was the energy behind SVC "Special Vehicle Concepts" out of Newport Beach/Costa Mesa California. At least one forum member has a car that was improved by Peter (KTSwanson). I knew Peter, not closely but well enough to drop into his shop and get the keys to a project he was enhancing every now and then, or have a fun conversation at the local car show (if he wasn't busy selling a boost package to someone). I wish I had known him better, he will be missed.
So the story goes, Peter tragically took his own life on Sunday after an assortment of personal problems.