ProRide’s Project X-Box is taking longer than planned according to ProRide’s Denny Terzich, but good progress is still being made. The homage to PHR’s own Project X is still on pace to be revealed at the 2013 SEMA Show in Las Vegas this fall, and will feature many cool design elements. One of the coolest things is the Art Morrison chassis with a modular rear suspension that can be changed between a four-link and a three-link—one for drag racing and the other for road racing. The AME chassis should make X-Box a terror on both the quarter mile and the road course—a first for a Pro Touring car. (Speaking of Art Morrison, congratulations to the AME crew for building chassis number 1,000!) X-Box will get a 1,200hp pump-gas LS powerplant. In the profile photo you can see the wedge-cut roofline and rear brake cooling duct. More details to come!