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Owned by the same person for the past 16 years this Pro Street 1974 Plymouth Duster is well maintained and is one of those Mopar builds that you don’t get to see at every car show. From the custom paint and interior to the highly modified powertrain a lot have been invested into this muscle car and she is good for both show and go.
This 1974 Plymouth HEMI Duster has a straight and solid body sprayed with Burgundy paint that catches the eyeballs right away. It rides on Rack and Pinion suspension in the front, rear ladder-bar with anti roll coilovers and spins Weld Racing wheels with Mickey Thompson’s all the way around.
Inside the Pro Street ’74 Plymouth Duster you see a custom Beige upholstery nicely contrasting with the Burgundy body color, Roll cage, five point harness belts and Autometer gauges.
While in 1974 Plymouth Duster wasn’t offered with big engines, under the fiber glass hood of this Pro Street muscle car sits a 540 HEMI Crate motor with Indy intake carburetor capable of 635 horsepower sent through 727 TorqueFlite automatic with trans brake.