All these cars were built by, or are in the process of being built by Hellbilly Hotrods.
1929 Ford Roadster Pickup. We cleaned up the wiring, "detailed" the car, and installed a few odds and ends. All in all, made it drivable.
1962 Chevy 283. 10.5:1 comp. solid lifter cam. "Double Hump" heads. Backed by a 4 gear and 4:10 gears, this thing would move.
Suicide 3" dropped axle from MAS, 40ish Ford juice brakes, Halogen light conversion, Shocks from a Pontiac, turn signals from Q's scrap bin
Spartan interior. Galvanized sheet metal floor. 32 Ford dash, VDO gauges, Sun super tach strapped to the column. MK II MG Midget buckets. Origonal Hurst Airhart brake and clutch cylenders.
76 MG Midget. Helped in all aspects of construction. Built from parts salvaged from the one we finished three weeks earlier that was totaled .
1989 RX7. full wiring harness, chase down interior rattles, built autometer gauges into factory openings. Was able to retain the factory switches.
Underhood shot. We tucked as much of the wiring out of sight as we could. Owner requested us to leave the wiring in an exposed bundle. We also cleaned up component locations, plug wires, etc.
detail shots of wiring
1971 Superbeetle convertable. Rebuilt carb, Rebuilt brakes, fixed wiring, cleaned up some cosmetic issues.
Picture of where we installed a set of DRM brake cooling ducts on a C5. they helped brake fade on track tremendously, but require a lot of cutting in the wheelwell.
Stroked 383 we put in an 88 corvette. TPIS intake, canton road race pan, Accusump plumbed in, etc.
picture of the RD engineering 4 point bar and harnesses installed in a C4 corvette. not installed in this picture, but we managed to keep most of the stock interior. made the rearview useless, though.
here you can see the extreme we went to to make this C4 subtle. we sank the warning lights and mechanical gauges in the stock AC vents, wired all the accessories into a row of toggles and indicators mounted in a panel where the breadbox was, and put a tach in out of the way, but still in sight. great street interior, but i could have done better.
really blurry close up of the gauges and warning lights.
on this C4 Corvette race car, we fabricated an aluminum dash, installed aluminum seats, and built a full custom wiring harness. you can also see the stripped interior, and that all the gauges have a warning light. We were able to retain the ABS brakes with our harness.
Where we removed the fog lights, fabbed a tow hook and brake cooling ducts. like the mesh grille inserts? also, an aluminum air scoop to feed the radiator and oil cooler.
The 1989 CRX Si daily driver/HPDE car we built. See more under Short Bus.
overall shot of the C4 race car, wearing street tires of all thoings. must have had it out for cam break in.
1998 Dakota. 5.2, 5 speed. added 4.11 gears, 2/3 hotchkis lowering springs, KYB monomax shocks, poly bushings, x-brace, Ported TB, 3 inch exhaust, debadged, fender flares, and big thumping audio system. it is now deceased, due to a head on collision.
1987 GMC S15 DD/HPDE/work truck. see full build under Track Truck.
1984 Ram 3/4 Ton. Swapped in 1 ton axles, 9 inch skyjacker lift, 38 inch mud tires, ramcharger interior, headers, dual exhaust, LARGE tranny cooler.
picture of an installed VB&P suspension, Bilstien shocks, Braided stainless lines, Z06 calipers, ADDCO 1 3/8 front sway bar, and DRM cooling ducts. its a kinda street car. sees a lot of track time.
picture of a swapped in ZF six speed, modified Flowmaster exhaust, and RD engineering cross braces on a C4.
C5 brake conversion, cooling ducts, and Z51 suspension parts on the C4 track car.
Dynatech headers, x-pipe, cats, and corsa exhaust on a C5.
1980 AMC spirit. Dont have many pictures due to a computer crash. We put poly bushings in, Front and Rear sway bars, tied subframes, tucked bumpers, 15X7 wheels with 235/60/15 rubber, KYB shocks, Corvette C4 seats, gutted interior. Also had HELLA 500 driving lights in the valance.