"This classic started life in 1956 as a Bentley S1, purchased by the owner of a large retail chain before changing hands to the Earl of Stradbroke who had it converted to a pickup. The work was carried out in New South Wales, Australia, where they've always been bonkers for utes. They painted it yellow and gave it a woody-style pickup bed."
Oops I see the Chrysler Valiant's so ugly I put it in twice.
might be ugly to younger eyes but they were built n OZ with the 225 slant six so were a damned sight faster than anything else ,except for the supercharged Studebakers the NSW police had .it was years before Holden or Ford could make anything go as fast as the S series Valiant. It looks like those pics were tasken in a trendoid infested part of Soyville Soory,Sydney. Only hipsters would leave those sorts of vehicles on the street.
Many years ago I changed my driving style to cope with rising fuel prices; I have now reached the stage where I am contemplating keeping my eyes shut in order to lower wind resistance.