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1971 Plymouth Duster on 2040-cars

US $8,000.00
Year:1971 Mileage:133297

Six Mile, South Carolina, United States

Six Mile, South Carolina, United States

This 1971 Plymouth duster is a very nice well taken care of driver. Compared to most original Dusters this one is in very good condition. It is an original White with a green vinyl roof and two tone metallic green interior. I dyed the roof black. It still has the original paint except for the engine compartment, door jams, trunk jams and pass door. I was going to have the rest of the car painted but never did. The body is almost rust free. Interior is all original except for a new lower insert in the driver side seat. There is a quarter size rust hole in the lower passenger side quarter. I found where a wrench had fallen in there years ago and caused it to rust. I was the second owner and later sold it and got it back. The weather stripping is original and in perfect condition. The trunk has some suface rust from a leaking tail light. Jack and spare still in the trunk. I also swapped to a 4 speed then back to an automatic years back. This a factory A/C car. 
The engine is a 1971 360 .030 over with Keith black 10:1 pistons.The engine was line honed, crank 10/10, decked, arp rod bolts, rods were beam polished, windage tray,cloyes true roller timing gears, clevite bearings, rotating assembly was balanced, hughes flat tappet cam, Eldebrock heads that have been gasket matched, arp head bolts, crane gold race rocker arms, crane push rods, valley baffle, Edelbrock RPM Air gap intake,and a Holley 650 Double pumper.Engine has around 5000 miles on it.

Trans is a 727 torqueflite with a TCI 1000 rpm over stock stall, (Car really needs a 2800 stall) 5.0 kick down lever and a B&M shift kit.

Drive shaft is a shortened big universal from a Roadrunner. Also, have a safety loop installed.

Rearend is a Duster 8 3/4 with a 3.23 sure grip. Axles are Doctor Diff with big bolt pattern.

Front suspension is from a 1973 Duster. K member is the spool type. All the front steering has been rebuilt. New ball joints,tie end rods,idler arm,Pitman arm. All new bushings.
Road course solo torsion bars

Front brakes are 1973 big bolt Duster. New rotors pads and bearings 
Rear brakes are from a 1970 Roadrunner.  11" x 2 1/2" drum

Front and rear aftermarket sway bars. Front 1 1/8"   Rear 7/8

Wheels are magnum 500. Mopars on front are 14x6" and Ford 14x7" on rear

Tires are almost new.

Exhaust is 1 5/8" Headers with 2 1/2" Exhaust

New gas tank

I installed the factory hood scoops. The wing is aftermarket and has the supports under the trunk lid like factory. Hood pins are an add on. Lower chin spoiler is from Randy's 

Factory bench seat with arm rest

The bads: Pass. side door has been changed. Body under door has been rubbed. I posted a photo. The body has a good many door dings. Cover on drivers side seat hinge is missing.    Needs a fan shroud. Rust hole in lower pass quarter.

Full payment is expected 7 days after auction close.

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