All the owners of the cars here are more than willng to vouch for the quality of work carried out by Billadeau Speed & Automotive


Jason & Tracey's '69 Plymouth Belvedere

Jason and Tracey's Belvedere was fitted with a 6 point roll bar along and new front seats, upholstered to match the rears, with 3" harnesses . The engine bay was rewired and Auto Meter guages were installed, along with new gears, new shifter and a new fuel system.

Steve Atkins's '69 Plymouth Road Runner

At first, Steve just wanted the engine bay painting and a few oil leaks fixing... he then decided to ditch the old 383 and go for a built 440 comprising of KB Pistons, steel crank and rods, comp cam, ally intake Holley carb and stainless valves. A full seal kit went into the 833 transmission and a new Sure-Grip in the axle. Some rewiring and the hood stripes finished the job.

Paul Lisle's Plymouth Road Runner

The original Roadrunner race car from the mid 80's returns, having now been back halfed and caged by Hauser/Webster. The car will now be painted, wired and rebuilt by Billadeau Speed. Pure nostalgia.

The bulkhead has been painted, the front suspension rebushed, the brakes rebuilt and all parts have been powder coated.

This long term project is now reaching the final stages. It has now had the graphics painted by Byran Whitfield and the signwriting done by Craig Ainge. Most of the wiring is complete and the 440-1 heads are ported. The 540ci engine parts are ready for assembly...

After one last push the Road Runner is now finally back in the hands of Paul. This long, steady rebuild project is ready to race in the 2012 season, Full Revs!

Les Mann's '62 Dodge Dart

Les brought his Dart to us to solve a number of electrical gremlins.


Andy Reynolds's '69 Chevy Chevelle

Rodzilla paid a visit for a freshen up and a new roller cam on its 427ci Chevy engine. Andy has run into the 11.2s with the Chevelle and is looking forward to another season of racing in the American Super Stock series.

Dave Billadeau's '70 Plymouth GTX

Dave's own pride and joy was retired from racing in 2012 and taken back to a near factory original state. The car was refitted with a numbers matching 440 Six Pack with cast manifolds, which made 417HP and 504ft/lbs of torque. The roll cage was removed, fuel system taken back to stock and a steel hood with an Air Grabber scoop was fitted.

You can read more about the cars history in the About Dave section.

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