1971 Plymouth Duster For Sale

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LaPorte, Texas


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Plymouth Duster Pro Street

Original H-code 340 car with 4-speed. Now a dyers 6-71 supercharged 440 and torque flight. Engine/trans/rear - the engine is a 69 hp 440. Stock forged bottom end. 7.5 pistons. Comp hydraulic cam, 284/296 duration, .507/.510 lift, 110 degree lobe sep. 84cc mildly ported edelbrock aluminum closed chamber heads with harland sharp roller rockers. 2" ceramic coated tti chassis headers, 3.5" collectors through a 3.5" exhaust that exits under rear. The exhaust does have small stainless bullet mufflers but essentially no restriction. 4" rude ronblower spacer with burst plate. The blower is set up 1 to 1, balanced. Twin quick fuel 750 cfm blower carbs. Ss aeromotive electric fuel pump and filters from a sumped tank. Full msd ignition. Single wire alternator. 26" aluminum mark 7 machine radiator filled with evans waterless engine coolant, with twin electric puller fans, thermostatically controlled. The trans is a reverse manual valve body 727 torque flight that has been recently rebuilt, with cooler. Deep aluminum finned pan. The rear is a dana 60 with 3.73 gears and a chrome-moly pinion yoke. Body/interior - ss springs. Pinion snubber, drive shaft loop. 1" torsion bars. Pst, qa1, hotch kiss front end parts. Front disk brakes from a 73 duster. K-frame skid plate. Fiberglass aar hinged hood.Trunk-mounted optima battery with kill switch. 6 point roll cage with driver side slide-out. Racing seats with 5 point cam-locked harnesses. Hurst quarter stick shifter. Custom aluminum "peak dashes" dash (not installed) with full gages minus speedo. Original shark tooth grill. This car is a blast to drive and turns heads everywhere it goes. And if you don't see it, you will definitely hear it...loud blower whine and wicked-sounding exhaust note (sounds like a drag car when you get on it). And when you stop anywhere, be prepared to draw a crowd; to check out, take pics, tell stories, etc. I bought this car in 2012 basically built and i have just improved upon it ever since. I have never raced this car...only take cruising and have a good time in it. I live in the Houston, Texas area and this car has never overheated. Even driving in 95+degree weather before I changed the glycol/water based coolant to Evans. Now it will never overheat (375 degree boiling point). I do have some extra parts...the original 340 radiator, the custom dash with new dash pad, and an extra gallon of Evans Coolant.

Price $ 22,000 OBO
Body Style: 2 Dr. Hardtop
Transmission: 4 Speed Manual

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Elaine Rugg

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