Where you see smoke, there’s bound to be fire and that’s no exception with Fraser Valley fabricator and car enthusiast Taylor Moran. His 1963 Cadillac De Ville is powered by an impressive 6.0L LQ9 engine and a 4L80E transmission out of a 01 Chevrolet 2500. This eye-catching ride can haul. With a custom Glycol injection exhaust manifold Taylor can send smoke signals on demand. Showing all of us the fire/passion he has for modifying and creating one-of-a-kind rides.
Taylor started young, falling in love with a Volvo 740 wagon at the age of 10. Taylor got his first taste of modification when he got his first car, a 1987 IROC-Z Camaro for his 16th birthday, he lowered it shortly after.
After doing graffiti in the Greater Vancouver area for years, Taylor moved to Mission and he turned his drive to create art towards vehicles. Some people collect and build scale models that sit on a shelf and collect dust. Taylor on the other hand collects 1:1 scale cars, Taking scrap or neglected vehicles and creating unique automotive masterpieces...
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