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1971 Plymouth Duster 340 4 Speed H Code Mopar A Body on 2040cars

US $25,950.00
Year:1971 Mileage:0 Color: Blue / Black
Location:

Atascosa, Texas, United States

Atascosa, Texas, United States
Transmission:Manual
Engine:340
Body Type:Coupe
Vehicle Title:Clear
VIN: VS29H Year: 1971
Exterior Color: Blue
Make: Plymouth
Interior Color: Black
Model: Duster
Number of Cylinders: 8
Trim: Deluxe
Drive Type: 4 speed
Warranty: Vehicle has an existing warranty
Mileage: 0
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ... 

1971 Plymouth Duster 340, True H Code B5 Blue car, 4 speed trans, completely restored. Everything new or rebuilt.  Re-chromed Rallye dash with performance gauge, Rare and Perfect,crack free Sharktooth grill, bucket seats with new legendary deluxe covers. Complete 2 year restoration with attention to detail.  Not matching number. Fender tag intact and matching VIN and core support stamping. Tons of new parts. 


Motor: 340 Block 30 over, crank is 10/10, decked and internally balanced, forged pistons, shot peened and polished rods, ARP rod bolts,  X heads that have been equally cc'd and flow benched for exact and smooth flow, and port matched. Crane roller rockers at 1.6, mild cam very streetable. Hays blow proof bell housing for safety, Centerforce Clutch for superior hold and light pedal pressure. Dougs Ceramic coated headers,  Flowmaster mufflers, neatly placed 2.5 inch electric cutouts before the mufflers for fun. New Powermaster chrome alternator, March aluminum performance serpentine pulley setup. Battery neatly relocated in the trunk and put in a billet battery hold down to clean up the engine compartment, MSD equipped to include Distributor, 8MM Wires and 6AL Multi spark ignition box with rev limiter located behind the inside kick panel to conceal and make for a clean install.  Holley Street Donimator intake powder coated silver with a Demon 750 card on top. Unsilenced 340 "Mopar" Air cleaner and Mopar wrinkle finish valve covers with factory wire seperaters for neatness.
Runs just fine on pump gas. 

Interior: All new Legendary interior seat covers, door panels, carpet and headliner. Dash pad and visors are perfect and original. Floor is cancer free and has been completely dymomatted for quietness. Factory Rallye Dash has been rechromed and cleaned. All factory guages work. I do have one blinker(green) indicator that is intermittent and park brake light not working right now. All outside lights and signals work as they should. Every door,  windshield, trunk, hood, tail light, side marker, etc., seal and/or rubber is new.  Heater box is not in the car. I do have it somewhere stashed away. Never drove this car in the cold or the rain. The Sharktooth grill is perfect. 

Drive train: Has the 8 3/4 rear with 3:55 gears and larger drum brakes on the rear that are correct for this car behind the 833 4-speed trans. Moser axles were added for strength and to  convert to the 4.5 pattern. Front brakes are new Wilwood Disc, 4.5 pattern. All new front suspension.  PST bushings,  bearings, seals, rod ends, ball joints .  New BFG tires all around on new ARE wheels. 

Paint: Quality Base/Clear PPG polyurethane paint. 

VIN matches Fender tag and core support.  This is a true 340 B-5 Blue car but not the original motor or trans in the car now. 

Nicely done car with lots and lots of attention to detail. 

This car gets tone of attention everywhere you go. It's a beautiful car to say the least. 

What did I forget. Please ask any and all questions. I am glad to answer them all.

You can call 210-355-0018 if you prefer to talk in person. Thanks for looking and and for your interest. 

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