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zdizzle85
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Post subject: 71 dusteR (Thu Nov 20, 2008 11:57 pm) Reply with quote

this is my 71 plymouth duster/twister. check out my pix below










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Hyper72Valiant
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Joined: 20 Aug 2008
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Location: Draper, Utah

Post subject: (Fri Nov 21, 2008 2:46 am) Reply with quote

I've always liked Dusters!! Ever since I got my Valiant, I have called Dusters the "Big Brother" to the Valiant. Nice



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armyofchuckness
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Location: Gainesville, FL

Post subject: (Fri Nov 21, 2008 7:21 am) Reply with quote

Very cool. My favorite Duster hood design.



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Valleyant
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Joined: 13 Jul 2007
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Location: Cincinnati

Post subject: (Fri Nov 21, 2008 4:59 pm) Reply with quote

Welcome!
Very nice looking Duster Twister! I take it that it has a slant 6 in it? What does the interior and engine compartment look like? Love the Sharktooth grille!
I've always looked at the Duster as the Valiant's spoiled little brother, that got all the attention Smile
Keep us updated on the Twister!
Nico


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dusterguy225
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Joined: 02 Aug 2008
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Location: Bowling Green, KY

Post subject: (Fri Nov 21, 2008 8:14 pm) Reply with quote

Nice car! I love the color too! Very Happy The 71s get the most attention of any of the duster years, or so it seems.



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daniel_depetro
EFI Slant 6


Joined: 12 Mar 2005
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Location: Marquette, MI 49855 (Upper Peninsula)

Post subject: (Mon Nov 24, 2008 7:43 pm) Reply with quote

Nice car, I love the color.

The hood could use a pair of scoops though, and a rear wing (especially on a 71 car) wouldn't hurt either.



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1974 Plymouth Duster 360 (4-spd, 8.75")
1973 Plymouth Duster (225, auto, 8.25")
2001 Dodge Ram 1500 QC 2wd (5.9L, auto, Dana 60)
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NYG95GA
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Joined: 18 Dec 2005
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Location: Macon, Georgia

Post subject: (Tue Dec 02, 2008 5:29 am) Reply with quote

Beautiful! That thing would sure look good sitting in my back yard next to my NYG Neons! Wink



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zdizzle85
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Post subject: (Tue Mar 03, 2009 11:48 pm) Reply with quote

Srry for not updating this post
Ive been really busy wth work and school.
Id like to share some history about this car and some more pics. First and for most this is a family car and I plan on keeping it that way. I received this upon my grandpa passing. Ive grown up wth this car and always wanted it to be mine one day. Sadly to say many family members and good family friends tryed to take from me or low ball me with ridiclous offers. THe interior is in so so shape the engines got a new alternator and new brakes a few year back it has about 69-70,000 miles, A tru grandma car, she drove it to six flags of Texas in Arlington for years. Orignally bought from southwest car dealers here in dallas. Now they only sell kia's lol. ok enough talk its dustin time









Ill whore out some interior and other pictures I have soon.

Any interesting facts, or anything related to this duster or model is greatly appreciated.I think its sassy green, has a shark tooth grill. One side the graphic says twister while the other side says duster. Whats up wth this? I still have owners manual and old ammoco sticker plus a surfer foot gas pedal my dad got for his studabaker


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THOR
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Post subject: (Tue Mar 03, 2009 11:57 pm) Reply with quote

That is an amazingly beautiful car! Don't ever sell it! You will regret it if you do! More pictures please!


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zdizzle85
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Post subject: (Wed Mar 04, 2009 12:13 am) Reply with quote

THOR wrote:
That is an amazingly beautiful car! Don't ever sell it! You will regret it if you do! More pictures please!


~THOR~


Id post more but its late, ill have some more soon. I Dont plan on selling it. Im leaving it alone untill i can some $$$$ to fix it up properly with oem parts.


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jason white
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Joined: 19 Oct 2008
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Post subject: (Wed Mar 04, 2009 4:09 pm) Reply with quote

That is one sweeeeeeeet duster



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SlantSixDan
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Post subject: (Wed Mar 04, 2009 4:32 pm) Reply with quote

Super nice car. The low mileage explains the original-equipment headlamps and front turn signal bulbs, both of which are of exact types no longer made.



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zdizzle85
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Post subject: (Wed Mar 04, 2009 8:55 pm) Reply with quote

SlantSixDan wrote:
Super nice car. The low mileage explains the original-equipment headlamps and front turn signal bulbs, both of which are of exact types no longer made.

Awesome! I hate to sound lke green thumb but I didnt know any of those facts. Im probaly gonna remove bulbs and other rare parts and package them so they dont get damaged. Than for postive comments. More pixs and info coming soon.


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zdizzle85
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Post subject: (Wed Mar 04, 2009 9:25 pm) Reply with quote

Here is some stuff I found inside the glove box and through the car.

owners manuel and kick arse sticker

I think my gpa did all routine matinee until he got to0 old toe shot


All kinds or receipts, air cleaner, new thermostat, there even the Chrysler warranty brochure. Some other routine matience was done at a sears auto service garage.

The more I find out about this sexy machine the more I realize how lucky I am 2 have it. Any links to duster or mopar info and model trim info so I can find more out about my green lady?

Im really busy wth school and work when I can spare some time ill post some engine bay and interior shots.


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Eric W
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Post subject: (Thu Mar 05, 2009 1:33 am) Reply with quote

Nice Twister. The Duster Twister package was for people who wanted the look of the Duster 340, without the high insurance premiums. The shark tooth grill, hood graphics, rally wheels and strips where part of the package like the 340, but with the slant six standard or a 318. I think a floor shift 3spd manual was standard as well if you didn't order the automatic.



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