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Make: Plymouth
Model: Duster
Type: Coupe
Year: 1972
Mileage: 3,000
VIN: VL29G2B360575
Engine: 340
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada

1972 Plymouth Duster BUCKET CONSOLE Additional Info:

We have decided to sell our 1972 Plymouth duster 340 car. We have gone over every nut bolt and washer on this car. I purchased the car on e-bay from the State of New Jersey. I flew down and drove her home in February of 2014.Since February of 2014 I have been restoring this car. First the front end sheet metal was removed. Then the engine, transmission and front suspension were removed. The car was undercoated from the factory so the sheet metal was in great shape. The inner fenders had some rust down near the shock mount frame. So these were replaced with a complete new set from Layson restorations. The only other rust was the very bottom of the back quarters so again Layson lower patch panels were installed. The doors, hood, fenders and trunk lid were media blaster to bare metal primed in high build primer. The car was professionally painted while in pieces and then reassembled by a local paint shop. The shop only work on one car ata time and he always turns out a nice product. The fresh paint is single stage SASSY GRASS GREEN. All of the weather-stripping is new, stripes are new, carbon fiber graphics on the hood arenew. The rear spoiler is new. The front grill is new. All of the interior is either new or in great shape. New aftermarket seat with green stitching with four point racing harness. They also recline andadjust to your comfort. The headliner and rear seat are all in amazing shape. The Hurstshifterwas painstakingly installed to appear as a factory install. New tuff wheel with the correct steeringcolumn. Even this was taken apart and all new bearing signal light switch etc were installed. Under dash gauges are also new. The radio area is mint. I went radio delete as I never use music in the car.I want to enjoy the sounds of the engine and exhaust. You can easily add a radio if desired.

Mechanically she has an all new front end powder coated back, new front and rear sway bars, all new bushings and bearings, tie rod ends you name it, new disc brakes on the front. New shocks, new bushingsnew Borgeson steering box, new Doug’s headers feed a completely new exhaust. new transmission cooler, new tires and 15” rims. New power brake vacuum pump, all new HEI electronics.I did my best to reduce wires and make the engine bay as clean as possible. The 904 transmission was rebuilt and a shift kit + 2500 stall converter was installed. The rad is a factory AC car radiator and works well.New fuel sending unit in the gas tank. Much much more i am sure that i have forgotten.

The “340” Well it was completely disassembled and sent out for inspection and machining. The cylinders were machined out to .030” oversize. The crank was machined and balanced, the heads were J heads.They are now stainless big valve 2.02 / 1.88 heads. They were treated to some flow work and gasket matching. All new bearings and gaskets were used. All new frost plugs etc. were installed. Redline cam and new bearingswere installed. In addition a double timing chain gears and a tension-erwere installed, Comp cam roller rockers and new push rodswere also added. Sitting on top is an air-gap intake and a new 600 CFM carb.

To get a car to this kind of quality you would spend well over $30,000.00 All of this work, time (over 400 man hours ) and money turned out a very nice representation of a 1972 Duster. These are truly getting rare.There was not a single one at the Barrett Jackson’s auction in Scottsdale in 2017.She looks grea, She drives great, runs great and demands an audience everywhere she goes.She will deliver whatever your foot asks her for.

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