This 1975 Plymouth Duster has a mean machine look, but there's also
an A/C interior. So dig into all the details, because this makes
for one of the most interesting Mopar budget-buys you can get your
hands on right now.
The look on this one is pure quarter-mile cool. After all, the
first thing pretty much everyone sees is the fiberglass lift-off
hood with the massive air scoop on top. And the bright Pacer racing
wheels draw added attention to the desirable skinny front tire
setup this one has. But there's more here than just pure
aggression. The orange paint looks great against the black hood,
and the matching full-length racing stripe shows off the curves
that make the Duster so cool. And there are even cool details like
the upgraded crystal clear headlights.
The full black interior looks great against the exterior orange,
too. There are some solid investments in upgraded for performance
with the sports steering wheel, B&M shifter, and large
AutoMeter Autogage tach mounted on the steering column. And the
Procar high-back bucket seats know how to keep you planted. But
this one is also upgraded for better all-around good cruising.
That's why you have the AM/FM/CD stereo w/USB input, upgraded
speakers w/subwoofer, and cold-blowing air conditioning.
Under the hood is a 225 cubic-inch inline-six. Of course, with all
the blacktop burner upgrade inside and out, we bet you're thinking
about opening up the hood scoop and feeding a new V8 that we all
know fits rear easy inside these Dusters. But before you go Hemi
happy on this lightweight Mopar, take a look at the quality you get
from day one. After all, if you're looking for a cruiser, the Slant
Six has a great reputation. There are also newer components like
the carb, alternator, water pump, starter, and fuel pump. So it
makes for a strong runner. And the split exhaust header gives this
inline motor a true dual exhaust. Regardless of how you choose to
power this Plymouth, there are desirable features to go with it,
like the recently rebuilt three-speed automatic transmission that
now features a shift kit. The suspension was recently rebuilt, too,
using Moog parts. And there's also power steering and front disc
brakes to make any driving easier.
A mean look, cool cruiser feeling, and a ton of potential - there's
a lot to love in this Duster, especially for the value price. So
don't miss out, call today!