WARNING, this feature car article is about to take us down a highly opinionated and philosophical journey on the future of Pro Street cars.
It is hard to argue that the gearheads of my generation got turned onto the Pro Street movement by Rick Dobbertin’s blue Nova and Rod Saboury’s 69 Camaro. They were a huge hit in the 80’s and were a staple at all of the major shows.
Quick Tech: 1973 Chevrolet Camaro "The Rat Hunter"
Chassis Type & Mods: 12 point cage 8.50 cert. Funny Car style cage. Backhalved with 4 link and TRZ Motorsport upper and lower control arms with AFCO dual adjusting coil overs leading the way out front.
Suspension & Brakes: AFCO BNC double adjustable shocks in the front and Strange coilovers in the rear. Wilwood disc brakes on...
Scott Embley of Saylorsburg, PA has been the proud owner of this piece of iconic American muscle for the past 25 years. It all began while riding his BMX bike through town one day and had a love at first site moment. He fell so in love that he traded his 1987 lifted, Nissan pickup along with the $3500 he still owed on it and bought the Chevelle that same night. It is a very...
The 57 Chevy is perhaps one of the most iconic cars ever built. It is a symbol of freedom. From its post-war styling cues, to its overwhelming popularity, people went crazy over this piece of american muscle.