1970 Plymouth DusterVIN VL29B0R214594This is a rustfree North Carolina car. Operators manual and radio manual are included in the sale.MechanicsRebuilt 318ci V8Engine Casting 25360303189 6/6/74A904 Torqueflite Transmission PK3743423Reverse Valve Body8 Open Rear Endwith 2.451 Gear RatioA/C InoperablePower Front Disc BrakesPower SteeringEdelbrock IntakeEdelbrock CarbHeadersNew Exhaust with Glasspack MufflersMopar Performance Air CleanerChrome Valve CoversStock Style Tortion Bar IFSBodySlick Yellow Paint JobPainted Bumpers340 Decals on the HoodHood Scoop and PinsDoor Lips and Jambs are Clean and SolidSolid Straight QuartersRear SpoilerSolid Trunk with Spare TireClean and Solid UndercarriageCooper Radial T/ATires 215/65/15 Front 255/60/15 RearCragar WheelsInteriorBlack InteriorBench Seat with Arm RestColumn ShiftAftermarket CD StereoWood Grain DashNicely Painted InteriorCarpet is in Great ShapeDash is in Nice ConditionHeadliner Fits Tight AcrossWorking Dome LightFan WorksWipers WorkDont Miss Out CallTom 7 Days a Week at firstname.lastname@example.orgHistoryThe original Plymouth Duster is a semifastback twodoor version of the compactsized Plymouth Valiant automobile that was marketed by Chrysler in the U.S. from 1970 to 1976 model years.The Plymouth Duster introduced in late1969 for the 1970 model year was all Valiant from the cowl forward but the rest of the cars sheet metal save door skins was completely different. The design incorporated a semifastback roof and a special rearvalance with twin horizontal taillights unusual for having no bezels. The door glass was operated by a new regulator mechanism required to fit the much more radical tumble home and the windshield was more steeply raked. For 1970 only a small Valiant badge went on the front fenders just above the Duster badge. The1970 Duster was available in two models; the standard Duster and a performanceoriented Duster 340.
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