We’re back with another update on Project Violent Valiant the unique pro touring destroyer being built by Hot Rod Chassis and Cycle‘s Kevin Tully at the Skunkworks in Illinois. In case you have been in prison or otherwise away from the computer for the last several months, we have been following this build on a near weekly basis as a stock Valiant was driven into the shop, blown apart, and is now being built into a Chrysler powered, full tilt, corner burning pro touring car literally from the ground up. In this installment, we’ll see Tully installing the front frame rails that he fabricated for the car. We’re getting close to actually seeing this thing down on four wheels (maybe there’s even a teaser shot of that at the end of this update!) but there’s still a long way to go to complete the car and get it burning tires yet. We’re still neck deep in the fabrication portion of the program and it sure is fun to watch this thing get filled up with round and square tubing from a metal master like Kevin. Now….onto the update!