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The Billadeau ’70 Plymouth GTX

Dave’s 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.

Melvyn’s ’68 Plymouth GTX

Melvyn’s 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…

The 440 was built with INDY EZ heads, an 850 Holley, hydraulic cam, six pack rods, steel crank and SRP Pistons.  The engine produced 510hp with 530 ft-lbs torque.

Melvyn's 440

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.