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- Item Location:
- Mesa, AZ
- Hemi Orange
- Seller: streetsidephx
- Phone: 480-926-1344
This 1974 Plymouth Duster looks mean from every angle. And when you look under the big-scoop hood, there's ferocious 440 V8 power with provisions for nitrous! So dig into all the details on how they invested nicely to create your dream street/strip machine.
It takes the right car to earn a Hemi Orange as slick as this. It's a paintjob that shows confidence because the boldness is purely intimidating. And the way the light rolls off the smooth panels signals to everyone that there was a lot of time and money invested to get it looking so good. We understand exactly why this coupe is worth giving extra attention. The Duster has the lightweight advantage of a small car, but Plymouth also gave it some substantial style. You see it in the wide front end and curvaceous rear fenders. Plus, it's hard to ignore the blackout hood with twin hood scoops. And those polished Cragar SS wheels add to this car's speedy style while giving it some extra flair.
The interior continues the pure performance look with the full racing cage and the rear seat removed for both weight savings and expand the rear wheel wells. Even within this competition-ready look is some style. For example, those racing bucket seats have a cool red contrast stitching that coordinates with the Jegs five-point racing harness. The Mopar Tuff steering wheel and factory speedo are nice classic pieces, but what you'll really notice are all the competition-style components. The TCI Fastgate shifter is built for serious duty; you have enough toggle switches to launch a jet fighter; and the full auxiliary readout trio and large SunPro tach on the center dash keep you informed on what's going on in the engine bay. In the trunk is the fuel cell and battery for better weight distribution, and yes, you're also looking at two nitrous bottles.
Under the hood is a beautiful beast. While the callouts say you have a big 440 V8, that's actually a bit of a fib. It was bored .30 over to give you 446ci total. This big block is built for serious performance with forged internals, Edelbrock Performer RPM aluminum heads, Edelbrock intake, and topped with an Edelbrock Thunder four-barrel carburetor. TTI headers add even more power while contributing to the sweet rumble of the Mad Hatter custom dual exhaust. The whole build is approximated at 400 horsepower. While that's already plenty of power to own the streets, the two 10 lb nitrous bottles will make sure you pull ahead whenever you need it. The rebuilt A727 Torqueflite three-speed automatic is a stout unit, and it feeds a limited-slip 3.23 rear end. Plus, you have the right dragstrip ready features already installed, like the line lock and the tubbed rear can accommodate up to 15-inch slicks. And everything from the four-core aluminum radiator to the power brakes with front discs are there just so you can enjoy this muscle Mopar on the boulevard.
Complete with build receipts, this duster is a quality build with a serious performance heart. So they might just be admiring the slickness of the paint long enough to not realize that this beauty is a true beast. Call today!!!