1974 Plymouth Duster 440 Big Block & 200HP Nitrous / Auto Trans / Pro Street Car

1974 Plymouth Duster

Make: Plymouth
Model: Duster
SubModel: 200 HP Nitrous
Type: Coupe
Year: 1974
Mileage: 106000
Color: Orange
Engine: 440 Big Block
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Glendale, Arizona, United States
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Description for Plymouth Duster 1974

NO RESERVE!!!

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1974 Plymouth Duster

Car is located in Glendale Arizona. This car is for sale locally and I reserve the right to end this auction at any time if the car sells locally before the auction is over.

Buyer is responsible for all shipping costs and car will not be released to buyer or shipping company until the cashier’s check clears your account unless you are paying cash.Car runs excellent and is one of the nicest out there--people stop us every time we drive and want to see it and take pics....you will not be disappointed.

I am not going to answer 50 questions about the car via the internet, there are just too many time-wasters out there. Come see the car in person or Message me your phone number and I will call you to discuss the car. You are welcome to send someone to my home to inspect the car at your expense.

Arizona car--there is no rust on this car. Message me your cell phone number and I will call you to discuss the car.

446 Big Block (440 .30 over), Approx. 400 HP on motor, 9-1 compression, forged internals, Edelbrock total power top end package with Edelbrock Thunder Carb with Endurashine finish, beautiful Hemi Orange paint less than a year ago, Mad Hatter Custom Exhaust with TTI headers, 200 HP nitrous system, rebuilt 727 Torqueflight transmission with TCI Fastgate Shifter and line lock, Chrysler 8.75" axle with 3.23 posi gears, mini-tubbed made to fit up to 31" tall and 15" wide slicks, fully trimmed interior minus the rear seat, full custom high quality roll cage, sun pro racing tach, 15 gallon fuel cell, brand new AGM battery, aluminum 4 core radiator. Gloss black fully functional twin snorkel hood.

This car was disassembled and painted, and the paint looks amazing. In all of the pictures in this ad-- the car had not been washed in about 3 months or so-- it was 114 degrees out here and it was just too hot for me to spend time outside washing it.

YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED IN THIS CAR!!! It actually looks much better in person than it does in the pictures.

Some more specs:

(a) Koni SPA1 adjustable rear shocks with QA1 12HT170 coil-overs with weld-in QA1 coil-over system that includes QA1 ladder bars

(b) Mini-tubbed rear end made to fit approximately 31" tall and 15" racing slicks-- this was professionally done and is top quality work

(c) Chrome Cragar SS 14" wheels--you can fit the 14" Chrome Cragar SS wheels on the rear if you wanted to keep the classic look but get a much wider and taller slick on the back of the car

(d) Aluminum Radiator-- car runs nice and cool at 215 degrees even when we drove it out here all day in 114 degree weather

(e) Original Dash, Door Panels, and gauges w/ some auxiliary gauges, Sun Pro Racing Tach and nitrous switches mounted in radio hole opening (not cut)

(f) Trunk Mounted Brand-New AGM Battery in Moroso battery box.

(g) Custom Mad Hatter 2.5" exhaust from the header collectors all the way to the back of the car

(h) Bumpers were tucked and chrome looks excellent

(i) All Glass is good

(j) Full Roll Cage welded in the car with SCI racing seats and three-point harness'

(j) Entire Braking System has been gone through and everything works fine, power brakes with front disks and rear drums almost entire braking system is new within the last 12 months

Too much more to list.

Car needs a few very minor things and I will show you everything-- no games. I am selling the car because I am handicapped and just cannot work on it anymore. I only have the full use of one arm and I cannot get into these small spots to make these simple repairs.

(1) Right now, I just ordered a shift cable for it, the cable got to close to the header and melted and needs to be re-routed.

(2) There is a very minor transmission fluid leak. It is where the chrome fill tube screws into the top of the transmission-- this needs to be unscrewed and Teflon taped to stop the small leak--the pan gasket is brand new and does NOT leak at all.

(3) The 15 gallon fuel cell has a sending unit and I have the wire run from the OEM gauge to the trunk but I am unsure how to connect it. The directions say the Green Wire goes to the sending unit and the second wire is the ground-- so it sounds very simple but since there are about 15 gallons of gas in the tank I do not want to attempt to connect these wires and electrical is not my strong point.

(4) There is a very small piece of the windshield trim missing around the lower drivers side corner-- it's the small curved 6 inch piece. When the car was disassembled and painted this piece of trim didn't make it back.

(5) The differential needs a gasket; it has a very slight leak--if you leave the car sitting for 10 days after driving it you will have a very tiny mark (about half the size of a dime) on the pan below.

(6) The trunk is missing the two rubber plugs which are available online

(7) The power for the Nitrous system is currently uninstalled and the motor has never been sprayed yet. I have the parts including the fittings and you can install this back on the car in 15 minutes. Our insurance company wanted three times the monthly rate with the nitrous hooked up, so we removed it because we were putting the car up for sale.

That's about it-- I am the pickiest OCD old car guy you will ever meet, and these are the items that I would fix if I was keeping the car.

**Arizona Title States approx. 106,000 miles and Box "B" which is defined as "beyond mechanical limits".

Message me your cell phone number and I will call you to talk about the car and answer any questions you may have.