This 1971 Plymouth Duster is finished in green over black and was
modified under previous ownership with the installation of a
5.7-liter Hemi V8. Equipment includes a three-speed automatic
transmission, FAST electronic fuel injection, 17 inch aftermarket
wheels, Wilwood disc brakes front and rear, Hotchkis shocks, a
twin-scoop hood, black graphics, a Bluetooth stereo, and a fuel
cell. This modified Duster is now offered in California with a
clean Illinois title.
The car is finished in green, and features include black graphics
on the sides and rear, a twin-scoop hood with external latches,
chrome-finished bumpers, frameless door glass, and pop-out rear
quarter windows. Some imperfections in the finish are noted in the
photo gallery below.
Chrome-finished 17 inch aftermarket wheels are mounted with a mix
of Ironman and Toyo tires. Wilwood disc brakes with cross-drilled
and slotted rotors are utilized front and rear, and Hotchkis shocks
have been installed.
The interior features Scat Procar bolstered front bucket seats and
a rear bench, which are trimmed in black over black carpeting.
Aftermarket switchgear has been added to the dashboard above an
Alpine CD player with Bluetooth connectivity, and a FAST EFI
control module has also been mounted to the dash. Other
modifications include aftermarket kick panels with speakers,
speakers in the rear deck, a Cheetah SCS shifter, and Hemi Duster
An aftermarket steering wheel sits ahead of AutoMeter
instrumentation in a custom panel that includes a 160-mph
speedometer, a 10k-rpm tachometer, and four auxiliary gauges. The
digital odometer shows 3k miles, less than 10 of which have been
added by Autolinx. True mileage is unknown.
A Hyperfuel Systems fuel cell is mounted in the trunk along with an
Optima RedTop battery and custom body-color trim panels.
The 5.7-liter Hemi V8 was installed under previous ownership,
during which the engine bay was smoothed and refinished. Features
include a Fuel Air Spark Technology electronic fuel-injection
system, an Indy Cylinder Head Mod Man intake manifold, an MSD
ignition system, and an aluminum radiator.
Power is delivered to the rear wheels through a three-speed
automatic transmission. Additional photos of the underside are
presented in the gallery.