The Pro Street style of modifying is to take a car, say a 1964 GTO, and make it ready for the drag strip with giant tires out back, some skinnies in the front, and a all the horses needed to embarrass the guy in the lane next to you. The twist though is that the car isn’t drag only but also able to cruise on the strip and maybe do a little stop light racing here and there. Let’s take a closer look at this phenomenal Pro Street GTO
Pro Goat kind of tells the story here.
Under the hood of the GTO lies a chromed out beast of a V8. Velocity stacks are so cool bridging classic hot rodding with muscle car go.
The pin stripe on the fan shroud really helps to add detail to the very shiny engine bay.
To get low and look down the side of the goat you’ll see a perfectly straight series of panels. This car is a real show stopper.
Just a quick peak into the interior at some of the instrumentation and the cool custom shifter.
Check out this short video with some sights and sounds of the WHDOW show with this 64 GTO in it.