Jeff Lutz Unveils The New Dedicated No Prep Car
Jeff Lutz has been playing the hide and seek game ever since he unveiled the plans to ...
Jeff Lutz has been playing the hide and seek game ever since he unveiled the plans to build a new car specifically for the No Prep Kings series. Lutz, a chassis builder from Pittsburgh and his son Jeffrey have built some of the baddest street cars on the planet over the years. So it’s no surprise they have done it yet again.
Many may know Jeff from his multiple trips to Hot Rod’s Drag Week in his all-steel ’57 Chevy or his newer version he ran on a couple of Drag Week adventures that featured a composite body and more “Racecar” approach to being the baddest around. Some may know him from making “Mad Max” his twin-turbo pro mod that won a lot of NMCA races over the years, or even his latest creation the Yellow ’57 that hit the streets of Oklahoma City.
Lutz has struggled to really get his latest creation to work on the no-prep scene, but that’s not as shocking as it sounds.
The car is built for street racing, and chassis designed to work on an entirely different surface and set of rules than what he would see at the track for each No Prep Kings event.
Details of this new build are slim to none, however, we do know that it will be a twin-turbo big-block Chevrolet (Jeff’s signature) and it will be running Fueltech with a yellow paint scheme like most of his cars have been. Jeff had posted a picture of his old 90’s Firebird in which he campaigned on the NMCA/NMRA circuit for years however that car was destroyed in a fire. Some have speculated that it could be a late model GTO which wouldn’t be the biggest surprise as they make pretty good race cars.
What do you think Jeff Lutz built?