1973 Plymouth duster it was originally a 340 Car it has been
heavily or completely modified to be an SCCA Road course race car I
purchased it with the thought of auto cross racing it . It is
currently a hop in and go race car the engine is completely rebuilt
the 284 484 Mopar purple hydraulic camshaft has just the brake in
time on it this car needs absolutely nothing except somebody to
drive it. It has an an a 833 four speed Mopar transmission Lakewood
scatter shield and a hydraulically operated clutch four wheel disc
brakes power steering with a firm feel steering box The rear end is
an 8 1/4 4.56 ratio positraction rear end . The 360 is bored 30
over it is internally balanced now it has a light weight fly wheel
and the cylinder heads have 2.02 intake valves . It has an
Offenhauser dual port aluminum four barrel intake and an Edelbrock
750 CFM carburetor . It has KYB gas adjust shocks in all four
corners even though it is heavily caged it also has frame
connectors the front torsion bars have been upgraded to 1 inch.
Even though it is a full race car the previous owner put back all
the items to make it street legal such as headlights turn signals
defogger wipers and licensed it and took it to car shows for a few
years . It even has a quick release spring loaded roof hatch for
exiting the vehicle if you happen to Park it on its side while
driving it . It had a passenger seat in it for taking his wife to
car shows so the mounts are on the floor - just no seat . And is if
that's not enough it has an onboard fire suppression system and
also has an MSD dial controlled rev limiter it has a direct
connection orange engine control box it has an MSD shift light tack
that is in the dash it also has a high-quality gauge for every
function that the car has temp vacuum oil pressure voltage . The
hood had two 1969 or 1970 style dart scoops on it that is why the
hood looks a little strange.
1973 Plymouth Duster
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