1974 Plymouth Duster 499cu Pro-street Full Interior/AC Car, 4-link rear
Price: US $6,800.00 Item location: Madill, Oklahoma, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Plymouth
- Model: Duster
- Type: Coupe
- Year: 1974
- Mileage: 100,000
- VIN: vl29c4b18779
- Color: yellow
- Engine size: Bored/Stroked 440cu (499cu)
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Air Conditioning
- Transmission: Auto
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1974 Plymouth DusterFor sale is a 1974 Plymouth Duster Pro-street car running a Bored and Stroked 440cu making it a 499cu with all good internals, and it has a monster sound with the electric exhaust dumps, along with being a monster in power. It has a Full Interior, Vintage Air, Power Steering, Mini Tubbed rear with a 4-link setup, 305/17in Drag Radials, and it is a cross between a Street Car and a Full Drag Car, so it's the best of both worlds.
You will have to copy and paste the two links below since EBay doesn't support the embedded YouTube video for some reason, so just copy and paste each link while adding the www to it.
Here is a YouTube video link of it running open and close exhaust. .youtube.com/watch?v=ihnYa98r7ao
Here is a YouTube video from this last Friday Night at the Ardmore Raceway where it did 6sec 1/8th mile times even with full interior, 1st driver, and slipping a bit off the line. .youtube.com/watch?v=JB_htnKt4UE
Here are the 499cu motor specs, and there are a lot of parts not listed and only about 300 miles on this motor/trans setup due to the 70 year old previous owner/builder only driving the car to town a couple times a month, and he is pictured below. The drag strip pics are from this last Friday Night, and I did about 25 runs in the high heat and several times went one run after another running straight through and waiting in line idling without getting above 200 degrees.
The car ran straight and true with No driving it at all, so the car is setup great, and it busted into the 6sec times while having some grip issues and my not timing the shift right while bouncing off the rev limiter, so i know there is an easy couple tenths that can be knocked of right there. This is a full interior and air conditioned car, so I was very pleased overall, and even happier it didn't have a single hiccup in the heat and consistent hard runs.
I am sure this will be an awesome car for the next owner, and will make a very reasonably priced introductory Street Car for the price and with how the car is setup.
Here are some motor specs on the less than 500 mile motor.
Mopar 440 Stroker- 499 cu in
Bore-4.375 stroke 4.150
Eagle 4340 Steel Crank - .010-.010
Billet Main Caps
Eagle 6.76" H-Beam rods
Clevite 77 coated bearings
Ross Pistons 11-1 with New JE gap filed rings
New-Lunati Solid Roller cam .600 .600 lift
Adv. .285-.293 dur. . .actual @ .050 - .255 int- .263exh
New Lunati Roller Lifters
Edelbrock Victor 440 Heads- Victor 440 intake
New .700 lift springs-guides- 10 deg Locks-retainers
New REV Pro SS Valves .220 int. -.181 exh
Harland Sharp 1.6 ratio Shaft roller rockers
Cloyes True Roller double timing chain w/hex adjust
Milodon High volume oil pump
Assembled with ARP Bolts-Fel Pro RACE gaskets
727 Trans FMVB w/10" 3800 stall JW Convertor
MSD Pro Billet Dist. (New Bronze Gear)
6 AL box w/chip . . . Blaster 2 coil
New-Quick fuel 850 Gas carb