A good Mopar is always the best muscle car for the money. The lower production numbers and unique touches always make them a hit today. It gets even better on a 1973 Plymouth Duster that has been upgraded along the way in all the ways you want, including performance upgrades to the numbers-matching 340 V8.
The Duster had one of the most aggressive A-body designs, and the paint on this really seems to highlight it all. The glossy application has an aggressive look akin to Hemi Orange, and it allows the sunlight to showcase the wide front end, the rear fender kicked-up, and fastback-style rear. This is part of a restoration package where over $12k was invested in this coupe in 2013. And can really see the quality work, right down to the brightwork – from the form-fitting chrome bumpers to the upgraded Rallye wheel package. The matte black hood highlights the power bulge while also nicely coordinating with the tinted windows and rear panel. Plus, with a deep chin spiller, hood pins, and a full-width rear spoiler, this coupe really has a nice aggressive look.
You can tell there was plenty invested inside this coupe by how tidy and fresh it all feels. Plus, it coordinates nicely with the exterior with black taking over the primary color and the bold orange used to highlight the lower dash and upper doors. While family and friends will certainly want to go for a ride, this Duster is all about the driver. You get a high-back bucket seat, upgraded sports steering wheel, and a full set of factory gauges with a handy tach in the center. And that pistol-grip shifter is an icon all on its own.
The biggest bang for the buck was stuffing a 340 cubic-inch V8 into a lightweight car like the Duster. This car still packs its original, numbers-matching powerplant, but you can also see the restoration budget was spent to make it ready to show off. The clean orange fender walls funnel all your attention to the tidy wires, crisp hoses, and all those polished components. More than just look award-worthy, this V8 has plenty of power thanks to a four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock aluminum intake. Plus, the Hooker long tube headers add more power while also contributing to the rumble of the X-pipe performance exhaust. And you have complete control over this V8's power and thunderous soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. Plus, you have disc brakes up front, traction bars in the rear, power steering, and wide BF Goodrich T/As.
Complete with build receipts, this is the bold and powerful coupe you've been waiting for. So don't let it slip away, call today!