4 speed GTX came to us for a engine rebuild and engine bay tidy
up . The first set of photos show how the GTX arrived...
440 was built with INDY EZ heads, an 850 Holley, hydraulic cam,
six pack rods, steel crank and SRP Pistons. The engine, seen here,
produced 510hp with 530 ft/lbs torque. The engine bay was painted,
the fuel system was upgraded, a new clutch & exhaust were fitted
along with a six pack scoop and the wiring was also sorted.
Clark's '68 Plymouth Road Runner
4 speed Road Runner was fitted with a 452 motor, built from a
400 block, featuring INDY EZ heads, hydraulic cam, Diamond pistons
and an 850 double pumper. Billadeau Speed refitted the engine
& trans and upgraded the fuel system.
own 'budget' racer
'69 Plymouth Satellite
as a budget alternative to his monster GTX, it features a real
solid shell, a Billadeau 440, auto trans and an 8 3/4 rear end.
It ran a best of 13.2@102mph.
Johnson's '68 Dodge Charger
440 Charger received a full engine rebuild, incorporating mild
cam forged pistons. Along with the usual high spec rebuild, the
engine bay was rewired, the transmission was rebuilt and it was
converted to new disc brakes.
'69 Plymouth GTX
440 rebuild from Billadeau Speed, with Scat rods, J.E. pistons,
Comp Cams hydraulic cam, Crane rocker arms, Arp bolts and ported
heads. A real strong 440, now mounted in the GTX's repainted and
fully rewired engine bay. Just check the before and after pics
Peabody's '77 Pontiac Trans Am
brought his Trans Am to us for a full restoration which was completed
in January 2009. For full details of the project click here.