1972 Plymouth Duster
1972 Plymouth Duster 318/904. New paint job with receipt showing over 10k spent at a local body shop. The car was taken down to metal, had a new amd rear body panel and a right hand side lower quarter installed. Outside of that it is sporting all factory sheet metal. I have the vin tag, build sheet and military order sheet when it was sent over seas after being built. The car was originally B5 blue with white interior. I had the shop paint it new school hemi orange pearl coat using all rm products from primer to clear. I did make subtle changes during the restoration. I deleted the side markers on the fenders and quarters. I also moved the battery to the trunk to make for a cleaner engine bay. I then added a brand new shark tooth grille. The dual scoop hood is factory as it was a twister package car. The rear end is now a moser trutrac 3.55 center chunk with yukon axles in a factory housing. I added 4 wheel disc brakes. The magnum wheels are brand new and tires have less than 1000 miles on them. All of the graphics were ordered from phoenix graphics. Also decided to add the complete borgeson power steering setup from gear to pump while i was rebuilding the front suspension. The engine was built when I bought it and has a brand new edelbrock 650 avs2 carb on it and a nice sounding cam. The 318 is cooled by an all aluminum griffin radiator with a custom built shroud by griffin housing dual spahl cooling fans. The exhaust is a complete bolt together kit ordered new and all stainless. I have way too much money in this car but my priorities have changed and I need to sell it. This is no cobbled together car with a slick paint job. I have spent thousands to make it a daily driver but the paint is so nice I dont like driving it as often as it should be driven. Im sure im forgetting something so call with any questions.