1971 Plymouth Duster Coupe Yellow RWD Automatic

1971 Plymouth Duster for sale in Waxhaw, North Carolina, United States

Item location: Waxhaw, North Carolina, United States
Make: Plymouth
Model: Duster
Type: Coupe
Year: 1971
Mileage: 425
VIN: VL29G1B104464
Color: Yellow
Engine size: 440
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Vehicle Title: Clean
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Description for Plymouth Duster 1971

About this vehicleThis 1971 Plymouth Duster is a modified vehicle with updates to the exterior, interior and drivetrain. The owner has had it for 1 year. The vehicle is drivable and is mainly used for weekend drives.Seller's NotesClean North Carolina title. New set of Niche Misano 20x10 rims are included with car. If you would like to have the car shipped you can make those arrangements with a transport company and pay for that. Local pickup is available too.Vehicle Details

1971 Plymouth Duster 440

Nice Mopar!

Originally a 318 stick car

L5 Cuda yellow with Cuda billboards

Beautiful black vinyl top

Interior is in great condition.

Scat rally 1000 bucket reclining seats in front.

Back seat is original.

Headliner and carpet are nice.

Dash looks great.

Dakota digital guages showing 354 miles since install.

I do not know how many original miles are on the car and I do not have the original guage cluster.

Interior is a real strong point of this car.

JVC stereo with Kicker 4x6’s and 6x9’s with bazooka bass tube and Kicker amplifier in trunk.

All lights, turn signals and windshield wipers work as they should.

LED halo headlights

Spoiler kit

Doors and trunk open and close properly.

440 engine stroked to 500 cu. in.

727 transmission with TCI converter

3-speed automatic

Precision billet ratchet shifter

8 3/4 rear end with 3.91 gears

New alternator

New battery in trunk with on/off switch

MSD 6AL ignition

New B&M supercooler

Frame connectors

Edelbrock torqer 2 intake manifold

Aluminum heads

TTI headers

Holley 950 carburetor

1” Wilson billet tapered carb spacer

Holley fuel pump

Power steering

Manual brakes

Caltrac suspension in rear

Mopar relocation kit

QA1 tubular in front

Could use a front end alignment

I think the carb is too big for this car and probably needs to be more like a 750. May be running too rich. Spark plugs may be fouled and need to be changed.

Headers need to be re-worked because power steering gear box issues with clearance. On the drivers side of the engine block the headers are dented in pretty good from the gear box.

I was told by my mechanic the cam may also be too big for the car. I was told by the person I purchased the car from that it’s a Comp cam 256/266@50 with a 570 lift.

These are the issues I know about with the car so please be aware and understanding of this if you buy the car.

Needs some tender loving care from a good Mopar enthusiast and there could potentially be some expensive repairs to get things totally right under the hood.

Car has a lot of potential.

Not a perfect car by any means.

I do not know the age or condition of the engine, transmission or the rear end.

Specifications listed are directly from the previous owner and what I was told when I purchased the car with the exception of the B&M supercooler, new alternator, new battery and new tires.

Vehicle is being sold as is.

Garage kept.

Not driven in the rain.

20x10 Niche Misano rims on the rear with Nitto 555 street slicks

18x8 Niche Misano rims in the front with new Toyo Proxes.

Asking $27,500 obo

Price is negotiable

No tire kickers

Serious buyers only please

Car would be a good fit for someone who loves and knows a lot about Mopars and is willing to put the needed work into it.

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