The recipe for a pro touring build, according to Pro-Touring.com, is simple;” Start with a classic muscle car and apply modifications that will make the car handle as good, or better than modern day sports cars.”
Of course, realistically, there are no hard and fast rules as to what exactly qualifies for a pro touring build. Generally speaking they are older cars –many of which people thought could never handle– that have been upgraded to the point where they handle far better than most are willing to give them credit for.
The also happen to look incredibly good sitting or dodging cones.
Novas like this are a big reason why I consider the chassis for a ‘forever’ vehicle
This looks amazing.
Fast & Furious fans (so all of us) will recognize the F-Bomb
Yes, those are Work VS-XX wheels
The first Demon to be posted on Stance Is Everything
I’ve always been a fan of the cars Mr. Angry does
Pro touring builds are the only time such a wing is acceptable on a Camaro
I’ve posted this a couple times now, but it doesn’t really get any less awesome
Pro Touring Volvo P1800
Completed shot at SEMA in 2009
Nice to see this 78(?) done up Pro Touring style, For whatever reason I’ve always been a big fan of this generation
I can only imagine how loud those side pipes are
A little over steer never hurt anyone
Malibu wagon making a big autocross course look rather small
66 Chevelle tearing down a straight
This is the kind of track day I
want need to attend….
This just looks like it has a monsterous amount of grip
Another thing I really need to do is go to a Optima Street Car Challenge
Chris Smith’s c10 is one of my favourite trucks ever built
The appears to be cornering surprisingly flat for it’s size
Yep. This is awesome.
I need to post these types of things more often.