Street Legal TV gives us a tour of Chrysler Performance West Car Club’s 2016 Spring Fling. Find the story here. Find more pics of some beautiful Mopars after the jump!
Finnegan and Freiburger drop a 440 into a Duster, transforming it into Freiburger’s dream A body. The 440 started life in a motorhome before powering General Mayhem (which is now getting a Hellcat!). So what can an anemic 1977 motorhome 440 rated at 185 hp at the crank do with Edelbrock heads, a 25 year old recycled cam, and new intake and exhaust? You’ll be surprised. Video after the jump!
Mopar Blog is down at the Arizona auctions again this year and will be posting photos and updates throughout the week. Here are a couple of cars we thought were cool at Barrett-Jackson so far.
This is a factory FY1 bright yellow paint wagon and it went across the block today. It went for $5700, you can still find bargains at Barrett!
“Honey, how about we get a dependable four wheel drive car to help us get safely through the winter? I found a good fixer-upper, only $2500. It even comes with an extra set of tires!” It’s all in the approach. A 383 comes with the car, it’s just not in the car. Find more info at BangShift.
Today’s reader’s ride is Steven Mick’s 1972 Plymouth Duster. It started out as a Slant 6 car with a 904 auto and a 7.25 rear end. But now it has a 360 (out of a 1977 Chrysler Cordoba), Keith Black flat head pistons, Mopar Performance Purple Shaft Camshaft, MP High Rise single plain intake manifold, ported and polished original heads, Edelbrock AVS 750cfm 4brl carb, A833 4 spd transmission and a 8.75 rear end. Steven says, “I still have work that I would like to do but with some fine tuning still needed she runs great!” More pics after the jump!
Save it from the scrappers! This 1973 Plymouth Duster body is free to the first person who shows up!
I have one 1973 stripped Duster body for free!!! Body includes a clear CA title, dash, both fenders, passenger door, deck lid, and a few other small parts. Body is fairly straight with some damage in the left rear quarter and trunk pan. You will get just the body, and parts not the casters it is setting on so you must have a trailer and some help to lift it onto your trailer. Body must be picked up quickly or it will go to the crusher.
Don’t let it get crushed. It’s in San Marcos, California. Check out the ad on Craigslist!
Check out this semi-survivor Duster (one repaint) with a reported 15,835 miles in a very nice 70’s brown. There’s something off-putting about it but I just can’t put my finger on it. Chrome valve cover maybe? No, that’s not it. See more details at Hooniverse. More pics after the jump!
Just wrapping up a few last SEMA posts today. How about this 1972 Plymouth Duster in the Quick Time Performance booth? Too bad the hood was closed! More pics after the jump!