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Some new wheels,tires and a stripe make a world of difference on my Duster!
First is my '72 TB3, 340 4 speed. Need repairs from an accident, but overall not in terrible shape for a project car. Its not gonna get done by me...... Second is a '72 race car that we called the "The Mopar Car" - 440, AT, Dana, etc. - strictly race - sold it to a nice guy a few years ago - he's having fun with it.... Third is my (real) 70 FM3. White buckets AT console etc. Has quite the history of owners. It's a work in progress. Need to order some fuel and brake lines and then put the drivetrain in. Not a numbers car, (have build sheet etc.) but still rare enough to be worthwhile....
Some pictures of the finished (lol) product.
Why yes it does. very nice looking duster.:burnout::burnout:
In process... Plan is B5 blue - no stripes
I don't own any Dusters any more, but I had several back in the '80s. Here is one of my favorites. '70 Duster that I got for $100. It had a 225 slant with a hole in the block and a 3 on-the-tree manual when I got it. I cobbled it back together from parts scoured from the Philly junkyards and made a Street Rat out of it. '71 340, 727 auto, 3.23 Sure-Grip 8-3/4 rear. It was ugly...but totally functional. I drove the car daily for several years. Yeah, that's a Valiant grille and the driving lights came off a '68 Opel Kadette...
My '73 340 Duster (now 360), A833 tranny, 8 1/4 rear, 438hp, 458lbs tq View attachment image.jpg