The Devil’s Taxicab: An Australian Valiant 10.5 Outlaw Quarter-Mile Monster


The Devil’s Taxicab: An Australian Valiant 10.5 Outlaw Quarter-Mile Monster

There is just something sinister about seeing a monster door car pulling into the lanes with a great big bug catcher sitting on top of a ton of cubic inches, isn’t there? In the case of Custom Bodyworks’ Outlaw 10.5 Valiant sedan, it’s more than just an atomic bomb of an engine…look at the depth of that maroon paint job. That kind of automotive beauty doesn’t just happen overnight, but there it is on your screen, a paint job a mile deep with the iron lung of happiness sitting on top of a mountain motor. It’s so nice that you can almost forget that these Valiants, at least here in the States, were basic transportation, economy sedans, cars that your aunts and cheap grandfathers drove. This is a far, far cry from an olive green Slant Six-powered Plymouth that is sitting behind the shed for it’s “someday” moment. We only hope that Custom Bodyworks’ car is as reliable as that six cylinder. Running [email protected] MPH over and over again would make anybody happy…


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