The 2005 Campagna T-Rex features a 1.4-liter Kawasaki inline-four engine, six-speed manual transmission with reverse, a chain-driven drive-train, three-point safety belts and seating for two. The 1,200-cubic centimeter motorcycle engine tops out around 140 mph. The T-Rex has a 90-inch wheelbase and measures 78 inches between the front wheel fenders.
The Campagna T-Rex is built on a rigid tubular steel chassis and styled with reinforced fiberglass body panels. The cockpit of the T-Rex is surrounded by a complete steel roll-cage and offers two side-by-side bucket seats with adjustable backs and retractable restraints. The clutch pedal of the stick shift transmission is located in a small foot-well, along with the brake and accelerator pedals.
The T-Rex rolls on two 205/45ZR16 tires mounted to aluminum wheels and is powered forward by a single rear-mounted 315/35ZR17 tire. Triangular front arms and a rear swing-arm with dual-shock suspension delivers a smooth ride and top-level cornering ability.
The Campagna Corporation records the T-Rex's cornering force at 1.9 g-force. The T-Rex's four-cylinder engine delivers 175 horsepower, 99 pounds of torque per foot and achieves a zero to 60-mph time of 4.2 seconds. In 2005, a brand-new Campagna T-Rex was priced around $44,000. A used 2005 T-Rex in excellent condition has a trade-in value of $27,500 as of April 2015, according to Kelley Blue Book.