Thrush, the vintage brand that brought the classic red Glasspack muffler to the very first generation of muscle car enthusiasts, celebrates its 50th anniversary year with the launch of a new muffler and new website.
“The Thrush sound, the red Glasspack muffler and Turbo, the famous bird in the logo, all bring back a feeling of nostalgia, classic sound and performance among early muscle car enthusiasts,” said Chris Gauss, director of performance brands for Tenneco. “It’s going to be a great celebration throughout 2016.”
The Thrush brand will soon launch a new muffler series, the Thrush Rattler. The new product delivers an aggressive sound through its single-chambered design. The Rattler, finished in a high-temp black finish, includes a fully welded aluminized steel constructed design available in 18-inch length (choice of 2.25-, 2.5-, 3- or 4-inch inlets and outlets), according to Thrush.
Thrush Welded mufflers are fully welded, two-chamber mufflers that produce a unique, aggressive tone, according to the company. Also, a variety of complete Thrush header-back exhaust systems are available for popular hot rods and muscle cars, including 1960s-era Camaros, Mustangs, Firebirds, GTOs, Novas, trucks and more.