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


Steve Hodgeson's '73 Pontiac Trans Am

"I remember seeing this car at Doncaster Show when I was 11 or 12 years old, it blew me away! Created in the early '80s, this was the ultimate show car. After being in a museum for 20 years it was recently purchased by Steve who brought it to me for a full recommission to get it MOT'd and roadworthy" - Dave

John Moore's '68 Dodge Dart

A regular American Super Stock competitor, John's Dart came in for engine work and graphics. The 440 engine features forged pistons, ported heads and a mechanical cam. The vinyl graphics bring the car to life with a true Super Stock style.

John Peace's Toyota Hilux

Bit of an unusual one for the Billadeau treatment! A 302 Ford powered Toyota pick up which needed a bit of work to get it up and running. It was fitted with nitrous, an exhaust was made and fitted, wiring work saw the battery relocated and a B&M shifter was installed.

Tim Holmes's '64 Dodge Polara

Tim's car was first worked on by Billadeau Speed years ago, including all the vinyl graphics. Recently the Polara came in for frame ties and work on the fuel system. Tim usually does his own work on the car but didn't have the time due to his own business commitments.

Andy Reynolds's '68 Ford Mustang

This freshly imported 351ci Mustang came in for MOT work. It has since been sold on.

Dave Moffat's '70 Dodge Challenger

Dave's 'Vanishing Point' Challenger came in for engine and MOT work. The 408ci small block was fitted with Edelbrock heads and a mechanical cam. Other work included new head gaskets, a new intake and wiring.

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