'74 Plymouth Duster 360, Paxton Super Charged
You are looking at an unrestored original paint 360 Duster showing only 25,668 miles on the clock. She shows factory original aside from a few first-owner added goodies, like the "knee knocker" tach. The current owner added only the 5 spoke Raceline wheels to compliment the original bright work and big chrome bumpers.
The color is a rare 999 special order paint code. The original buyer obviously wanted something that would blend into the pavement as he went stalking second generation Camaros.
It is evident that the original owner fawned over his car, take pains to preserve the car as you see it today. Matt Delaney of Delaney Auto Design saw this as the perfect candidate to show off the first running pre-production prototype of Paxton's NOVI Super Charger for Mopar carb applications. Paxton dusted off the original designs that made Mr. Norm famous and updated it to give you reliable power and ultimate driveability. Delaney put it into this stunning A body as proof they that Paxton got it right and to promote the fact that Paxton was back to the business of boosting Mopar.
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