This 1970 Plymouth Duster has gone through a complete restoration during the last 2 years. It is a matching number 340 4-speed car. Paint is B-7 Blue. It includes the original fender tag and build sheet for the car along with all the receipts and pictures. The body was stripped and painted, all the glass was removed and new seals and weather stripping installed, along with new interior, Rechromed Dash Pod Gauges with all new switches and bulbs, carpet, and insulation. Note that the car has the Deluxe steering wheel which is a very hard option to find today. The engine was completely rebuilt and balanced which included new rods, pistons, cam, hardened valve seats, .020 over bore, exhaust manifolds Jet Hot coated, TTI 2-1/2 Inch exhaust with X-pipe and Flowmaster Mufflers. Also has the Chrome Exhaust tips which werenít available till 1971. The 4-speed shifts straight and smooth due to a NEW Hurst Competition Plus Shifter which uses the stock shifting handle. The transmission has all new bearings, seals, and gaskets. Has all new brake assembly including new lines, master cylinder, blocks, pads, drums, calipers, rotors, etc. All new suspension front and rear including springs, bushings, ball joints, tie rods, steering box, shocks, etc. ( The car has settled down since pictures were taken, approx. an inch or two lower) New gas tank and Sending unit along with fuel line.
The rear end is a complete new Posi unit with 3:73 gears tucked into a 489 Case.
The grille has been reconditioned and looks new. The wheels have been sandblasted and repainted with the correct Mopar Argent Silver paint. The rear rims are 14x7 and the front 14x6 with new BF Goodrich tires. Bumpers rechromed, new antenna, and updated headlights.
The 4bbl carb has been replaced with the Eldebrock Thunder Series AVS 650 cfm. I do have 2 original Carter AVS carbs for the car one with the correct 4-speed number and one with the automatic number.
Many other things were reconditioned or replaced on the car during its rebuild which is too numerous to mention. This has not been a Drag car or a rusted out piece of junk like many turned out being. The cost to restore this car is far beyond the current asking price. You definitely canít rebuild one today for the price and it will be hard to find a matching number 340 this nice, for the current price. Donít pass up this opportunity.