Noted Pro Street car builder Wally Elder decided to build an all new version of his previous 1969 Dodge Daytona Pro Street car with an all new Pro Mod style aluminum Hemi. A well-regarded Pro Street builder from the eighties, Wally chose to build an all new Daytona to replace his previous car. The new car borrows heavily from current drag racing technology and brings a whole new level of potential to a genre often criticized for talking the talk, but not walking the walk. He commissioned Bullet Racing Engines in House Springs, Missouri to build the street-bound beast and thanks to Bullet's Jim Gray we got an early look at the details inside. The engine is a 526 cubic inch Indy Maxx Chrysler Hemi built with all the best Pro Mod internals, but capable of street operation with the right tune. Wally set a goal of 3000 horsepower and while the engine has not been dyno'd it certainly contains enough magic bullets for that kind of power level.