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The Indian-built Padmini spent decades as the tricked-out battleaxe of Mumbai’s taxi fleet. The cars are being replaced by newer models, from Tatas and Hyndais, but not before photographer Dougie Wallace, aka Glasweegee, got a chance to go inside the cabins of a dying breed. Update: This photo project has been chosen for the 2014 Photoville Fence Project in Brooklyn and Atlanta. Go see them, larger-than-life, in person.

Dougie Wallace
Dougie Wallace is an award-winning Glasgow-based street photographer. Follow him on Facebook if you're so inclined.

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