1971 Plymouth Duster GY3 Street/Strip

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  • Item location: Fountain Hills, Arizona, United States
  • Make: Plymouth
  • Model: Duster
  • Type: Coupe
  • Year: 1971
  • Mileage: 4,522
  • VIN: VL29C1B311926
  • Engine size: 408 MAGNUM
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
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Plymouth Duster 1971 Description

Time to sell the Duster so I can invest the capital in my engineering business. I bought the car in November 2007 from the original owner (55,xxx miles) who bought the car new in Arizona. Only rust was in the typical spare tire well, which was replaced during the build. Spent the next three years converting the vehicle into a drag/street machine and to differentiate it from all other dusters. Sporting the original (resprayed) and rare GY3 Curious Yellow paint, rare 340 shark tooth grill, fiberglass (lift off) 6pak hood, and modified AAR stripe. No other Duster shares its uniqueness.
The engine started life as a 1995 Dodge Ram 5.9L magnum motor which was quickly turned into a 408 stroker with Edelbrock aluminum magnum heads and intake plenum. Equipped with TTI headers, mild comp cams camshaft, ARP studs, Ross Racing pistons, and much more to literally dust the competition. The exhaust has turn down pipes under the vehicle. The engine bay was kept tight and clean to showcase the engine. To enhance the performance (although never fully proven), I made a custom aluminum intake scoop that seals to the hood for cooler than engine bay temperature air. It can be easily removed.
The vehicle weighs 2990 lbs and comes with two sets of wheels (drag strip Cragars and cruising set). There is a driveshaft safety loop, 3" lug studs, 3.91 gears, and an inertia fuel pump cut off switch along with a manual pushrod cut off switch. Transmission is setup with a Cheetah Shifter with a manual valve body and reverse pattern (PRN123). No engine breaking in first gear.
The dash has been modified to accept the Rocky Mountain aluminum dash fitted with Autometer Phantom II gauges. There is no key to start the vehicle although there is one key for the doors and another key for the trunk. The switches turn on the ignition, dual electric fans, holleygerotor fuel pump, and lights. Entire vehicle wasrequired with an EZ Wire harness.
The new owner will receive all the material from original owner (including the original operators manual), photos of the build, and receipts for reference to items on the vehicle.
*Car currently has 4522 on the Autometer odometer but chassis has 59,xxx miles.
Video of car
Perfect car to have fun.

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