Pro Street Cars

Don’t you wish an electrifying driving experience of drag car on your local streets? I am sure it is one of your topmost dreams to hit the road as hard as a drag racing car. So brace yourself for this experience because pro-street cars are easily approachable now. These are the vehicles that fulfill all the NHRA rules for drag racing and simultaneously keep up legal street status. All the fast cars don’t lie under this group. Scroll down to see what are the facts about these cars.

How the Pro Street Cars Fulfill NHRA Requirements?

Just because a car runs fast doesn’t mean it is a pro-street car. The NHRA requirements vary according to the vehicles, therefore, levels of pro-street vehicles also differentiate. For instance, a car having a 10 point cage and a trans shield according to the NHRA requirements since it drives 8:50 in the ¼ mile. The requirements are different for the car that drives 11:99. It will contain a five-point roll bar and no trans shield. The difference is due to the difference in the construction and car’s efficiency. Moreover, NHRA doesn’t require tubing so all the cars in this class will have no tubing.

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However, these cars can run on the streets, but they are actually designed for track racing. Yes, the make and model of these cars are exclusive. This is why; they differ from those luxury and fast cars out there. What makes these cars unique are:

A turn or a supercharger
A large engine
An NHRA roll cage (legal)

Go to and look into the available pro-street cars for sale. Have a look at some of the cars I have gone through while searching:

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This 1976 model is an old gem. Just in $22,000, you can buy this car with automatic transmission , eight-cylinder 572 ci engine, gasoline fuel type, and coupé body type. You can enjoy its amazing black exterior and interior and drive it as hard as you want since this car runs just amazing!

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Even in the used condition, this car drives as fast as a drag car. It is one of a kind steel body car . It is hand-built, tilt body, and tilt nose design that took 6.5 years to build which made around 10,000 hours. The car’s title is Tiltona due to its tilted structure. Go through the following details to know about the car features:

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Interior                              Black with purple accent
Number of cylinders       Eight
Engine                               440 cu in big block
Power Options                 Power windows, air-condoning
Transmission                   Automatic
Mileage                              131

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This car offers the best of both times! All the glamor and energy of yesterday and all the amenities of today make it a fun to drive.
In $51,100, you will enjoy the features:

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Four links coil over rear suspension
Power steering
Power brakes
Power windows
700+ hp
468 C.I BB
Air conditioning
Twisting drive belt
Tilt wheel
Back-up camera
Fast electronic fuel injection


So, it is not a dream anymore to enjoy the exciting drag racing since pro-street cars are the legal street racers. After fulfilling all the NHRA requirements, they come into the market so you are good to go, buy, and hit the road. However, the NHRA requirements are different for all the cars, so you must know the rules before buying.


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