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US $16,500.00
Year:1975 Mileage:0
Location:

Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, United States

Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, United States

1975 Plymouth Duster, 415 INDY crate motor, less than 100 passes, still running Brad Penn breakin oil on 2nd oil change, 520 HP @ 6000 rpm, TCI full competition 727 trans w/ reverse shift, ATI 4800 stall converter, SFI flex plate, Trans Blanket, B&M Pro stick shifter w/ nuetal safty switch, Aluminum Driveshaft, Dana 60 rear, spool, 4.10 Richmond gears, Strange Axles, Ladder Bar Suspension, Strange adj. coilovers shocks, Mini Tubbed, Driveshaft loop, Frame connectors, Chrome Moly Roll bars ( TIG Welded), Willwood Disk brakes on rear, new stock disk on front, 2" lowering spindles, Billet Specialties Wheels, MT Street ET Tires 15x13x28" rear, MT sportsman on front, TTI step headers (Ceramic Coated), Electric fan, Electric Water Pump, Aluminum Radiator, Holley Billet in line fuel pump/ filters/regulator, AN fittings on all connections, 12 gal. fuel cell, Full interior, Manual steering, 5 point harness, Autometer gauges, MSD ignition, Full charging system, Mopar electronic ignition, New Carpet, Fiberglass bolt on 6 pk hood, Fiberglass Bumpers, New Weatherstripping, Poly Motor mounts, trans mount and suspension mounts, Optima red top Battery in sealed Battery box, bullet mufflers, 2 1/2" exhaust,Car runs Perfect and everything is brand new, Built in 3/1/2012, Car has been babied and garage kept and transported in enclosed trailer since done, No rust, scratches or damage of any kind, Motor alone is $8000, Trans $1300, Convertor $1500, Wheels and Tires $2500, Rear w/ ladderbars $3000, $1000 set of headers. This car is priced to sell. Clean and clear title, Run on street or strip, All lights work, Weighs 3300 lbs w/ a 220 lb driver, Ran 11.11@122 mph in 1/4 only shifting at 5600 rpm, runs 7.0's in 1/8 in decent air, Lots of extras go with this car, New TCI 3000 stall converter in box, set of new 4.56 Richmond gears, 4 Weld Wheels w/ tires, and more misc. parts. I race Dragbikes and have no real interest in the car, am also building a new home so any extra $ would be put towards home. I do not need to sell this car so NO LOWBALLERS please. car is paid for and not costing me a dime to keep and is fun to race on occasion. I have over $26,000 in the car and that is with me doing all Fab and Paint. Sell for $16,500. You will not be dissapointed. Will send pics of anything requested from serious inq. only. Please no tire kickers. NO TRADES

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