Pro Street of the Week
Pro Street of the Week

Each week a new Pro Street vehicle of a Street Machine Nationals participant will be featured. The Pro Street category has a rich and storied history at the Street Machine Nationals. In the 1970’s and 1980’s, Pro Street builders were very popular and built numerous award-winning cars.

At each Street Machine Nationals event, Pro Street Alley features some of the most stunning and innovative Pro Street cars ever built.

July 26: Pro Street of the Week: Tony Netzel

 

Netzel's Pro Street 1961 Plymouth Belvedere, features twin turbo, dual carb and long ram.

Tony Netzel Pro Street of the Week
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July 19: Pro Street of the Week: Jeff McCormick

 

The Sinister C4 is a home-built tube chassis, with blown injected, five-speed and 5.38 gear.

Jeff McCormick Pro Street
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July 12: Pro Street of the Week: Jeff Dixon

 

Jeff Dixon finished the car in 2001 with a complete rebuild.

Jeff Dixon Pro Street
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July 5: Pro Street of the Week: Lane & Karl Sparks

 

Rollin Thunder is a narrowed and tubed Pro Street, 355 Chevy with a 671 BDS Super Charger.

Lane & Karl Sparks
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June 28: Pro Street of the Week: Todd & Keri Mayberry

 

At the Du Quoin Street Machine Nationals, the Mayberry's received an Award of Excellence for their 2004 Chevy Silverado.

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June 21: Pro Street of the Week: James Riley

 

Riley's 1973 Dodge Challenger was awarded 3rd-Place in the Best Overall Pro Street Category at this year's Continental Tire Street Machine Nationals Show-N-Shine Competition in DuQuoin, IL.

James Riley Pro Street
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June 14: Pro Street of the Week: Quentin Sullivan

 

Sullivan's Chevy Silverado won Best Engine/Compartment in the Overall Best of Show Truck Category at this year's Continental Tire Street Machine Nationals Show-N-Shine Competition in DuQuoin, IL.

Quentin Sullivan
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