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


Bill Billadeau's '69 Dodge Charger

This Charger replaces Bill's Challenger which was sold on in 2008. The Charger got the Billadeau treatment with a full paint job and the original 318ci motor was replaced with a 440. It was fitted with 3.73 gears and suregrip, converted to manual brakes and steering and a tow bar was made and fitted too.

Andy Bosomworth's '66 Dodge Coronet 440

Bozzy steps up, replacing the old Dart, and brought his new Coronet over to us before hitting the strip. New front suspension parts, brakes and pushrods were fitted, along with the hood scoop and general MOT work.

Andy returned with the car prior to the 2009 season and it was given a full race car paint job.

Nick Gunby's '91 Ford Mustang

Following the installation of a freshly built 347ci stroker motor, seen here, Nick wanted more power. A nitrous system was then fitted, which saw ETs drop from 13.0s to 11.3s. A roll cage was then needed to abide by drag racing rules & regulations, so another visit to us saw that issue solved.

The Mustang has now been repainted lime green & black. The pics below show bodywork preparation before paint and the completed paint job.

Chris's '65 Plymouth Satellite

Chris brought his Satellite to us for the fitting of a new diff.

Simon Roger's '68 Dodge Super Bee

Simon's Super Bee was fitted with a 500hp crate motor with exhaust modifications, and the diff was built and installed.

Dean Robert's '70 Mustang

Having bought Nick Gunby's 347ci small block, Dean brought his Mustang over for an engine replacement. The old 302 was removed and the engine bay was tidied and painted before the 347 was installed. Details of the engine can be found here.

The Mustang returned for a number of jobs including the welding up of the sun roofs and paint, fitting of a new interior and MOT work.

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