1970 Plymouth 340 Duster Pristine MOPAR

1970 Plymouth Duster

Make: Plymouth
Model: Duster
Type: Coupe
Year: 1970
Mileage: 174
VIN: VL29B0B205256
Color: Hemi Orange
Engine: 340 ci
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: Posi Track
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Coventry, Rhode Island, United States
Extras
Power Windows
Leather Seats
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Description for Plymouth Duster 1970

For This *Plymouth* *Duster*
Nicest Mopar we've ever seen - Concourse Mint! This 1970 Plymouth Duster was the beneficiary of a 2,000-hour, $115,000 ++, professional, nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration plus additional add ons and upgrades. It's been featured on the cover of Mopar Muscle Magazine and other national events....
You can't stop staring at this 1970 Plymouth Duster 340 Six-Pack Coupe. This concourse Mopar with a 340 ci V8 Engine was built by Kammer and Kammer Enterprises in Dayton, OH, starting with a stock block, bored out to .040-inch then filled with Keith Black 10.3:1 compression pistons on Mopar H-beam Rods, a Mopar Crankshaft, a Comp Cams solid lifter/flat tappet camshaft, and topped with Edelbrock Aluminum heads and intake and the "Six Pack" is three Holley two-barrel carbs under a "Coyote Duster"aircleaner, plus a full MSD electronic ignition system. Hooker Headers with Hooker's Aero Chambermufflersand a 3-inch, under-carexhaust. Transmission is a modified 727 with a shift kit and 3,000-stall converter. A Pistol-Grip shifter adapted to a B&M shifter looks almost factory. The Rear-End is Braced, Narrowed and chromed 8 3/4 with Moser Axles and Richmond Gear 4.10 rear gears. TheCustomSuspension Front Chromed tubular control arms, longitudinal torsion bars, chrome sway bar and tubular shocks and the rear has chrome leaf springs, ladder bars and tubular shocks. Stopping power comes from 11-inch disc brakes all around with Nitto Tires riding on Fuse Wheels. The Fully Customized Body started with an Original All-Steel Unibody, then treated to a door handles-and-side-marker shave, metal work/paint prep and House of Kolor's Tangerine Pearl Paint with custom tail lights and LED Backup lights, a backup camera and power trunk/door openers. The Stock seats are covered in Black Leather Upholstery with Orange Stitching. Roll Cage for added safety. There's a Panasonic Sound System with an in-dash DVD Player and AutoMeter Pro-Comp gauges molded into the dash. Thesteeringcolumnis a Flaming River chrome tilter with a Grant Wheel.

Vehicle Details For This *Plymouth* *Duster*
  • Year: 1970
  • Make: Plymouth
  • Model: Duster
  • Trim: 340 Six Pack
  • VIN: VL29B0B205256
  • Condition: Used Clear Title
  • Miles: 164
  • ExteriorColor: Tangerine Pearl
  • Interior Color: Black w/ Tangerine Pearl Inlay
  • Engine: 340CI V8 6-PACK
  • Transmission: 3 Spd Automatic
  • Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive
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Features & Options For This *Plymouth* *Duster*
Ext / Int Color
  • Tangerine Pearl with Black Leather Interior
Audio / Video
  • AM/FM
  • CD Player
  • DVD Player
  • Reverse Camera

Mopar Power 1970 Duster

Engine: Bob Kammer of Kammer & Kammer Enterprises in Dayton, Ohio, built the 340, starting with a stock block, bored out .040-inch, then filled it with Keith Black 10.3:1 compression pistons on Mopar H-beam rods, a Mopar crankshaft, a Comp Cams solid lifter/flat tappet camshaft, and topped it with Edelbrock heads and three Holley two-barrels, plus a full MSD electronic ignition system. It breathes out though Hooker headers into Hooker's Aero Chamber mufflers and a 3-inch, under-car exhaust.

Transmission: Steve Stem in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, modified the 727 with a shift kit and a 3,000-stall converter. A Pistol Grip shifter stick that Dick adapted to a B&M shifter looks almost factory.

Rear: Braced, narrowed and chromed 83⁄4, with Moser axles and Richmond Gear 4.10 rear gears.

Sure Grip

Suspension: (Front) Chromed tubular control arms, longitudinal torsion bars, chrome sway bar and tubular shocks (Rear) Chrome leaf springs, ladder bars and tubular shocks

Brakes: 11-inch discs at each corner

Wheels/Tires: Fuse wheels (18×81⁄2 inches front, 20×121⁄2 inches rear) wear Nitto tires (245/45R18 front, 345/25R20 rear)

High Impact

Paint/Body: Original all-steel '70 Duster unibody had been treated to a door-handles-and-side-marker shave, metal work/paint prep and House of Kolor's Tangerine Pearl before Dick bought it, then he added custom taillights and LED backup lights, a backup camera and power trunk/door openers

Interior: Secrest Auto Upholstery in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, covered the stock seats in black leather with orange stitching, while Dick added a roll cage and a Panasonic-based sound system with an in-dash DVD player, and molded the AutoMeter Pro-Comp gauges into the dash. The steering column is a Flaming River chrome tilter with a Grant wheel.


1970 *Plymouth* *Duster* 340 Six Pack Coupe - $59,900.00
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