We rebuilt the 440 for Craig’s Charger and it produced 440hp with 500ft-lbs of torque. New headers were also fitted and the exhaust system was made to suit.
Billadeau Speed rebuilt Matt’s matching numbers 440, which produced 478hp with 511ft-lbs of torque. The engine was refitted along with the transmission and wiring.
The General paid us a visit for wiring and interior work.
Adrian’s early Charger was fitted with a 493ci motor, a new transmission, a Sure Grip and a Turbo Action shifter was installed in the original centre console. The hood scoop was also fitted.
The Charger returned, now complete with a period NASCAR paint scheme, to be fitted with an MSD, torsion bars, Super Stock springs and new Flowmasters exhausts.
Following a full body restoration by Ash at APR Bodyworks, Jamie’s Charger was brought to Billadeau Speed for reassembly and wiring.
Chris’s 500ci motor was poorly, so we fitted Edelbrock heads and replaced the rocker gear. It was soon back to running like a dream.
This stunning Charger is home to a MP 472 Crate HEMI, which was brought to us for a rebuild. It recorded 530hp on the dyno, with 530ft-lbs of torque. The engine was finished to give a factory appearance. The rear axle was also rebuilt.
This Charger replaced Gene’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 Sure Grip, converted to manual brakes and steering, and a tow bar was made and fitted too.
Mike’s 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.
Having visited previously for a full repaint over two years ago, Adam returned for a full rebuild of the Charger’s 440. With Edelbrock heads and a new fuel system, the car had run a best of 11.8 seconds on the quarter mile.