The upper levels of Pro Street are littered with carbon-fiber replica bodies that have been stretched and narrowed, as the top players have to run in the low 6s, high 5s. The long, sleek body of Jeff Lutz’s 1969 Camaro is quite apparent from this image. Lutz, however, hasn’t turned to a billet-style engine like most every other Pro Street racer. He still runs a traditional big-block Chevy with standard 4.84-inch bore spacing. The Pat Musi 540ci engine is based off an old-school Trick Flow engine block that Lutz says has been in duty for almost 10 years of drag racing, despite the 3,000-plus horsepower that is courtesy of twin Precision 88mm turbos.