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One of a Kind 1973 Plymouth Duster #ProjectRecycled

What we are seeing today it is a literally one of kind 1973 Plymouth Duster, which is turned into a hard-core Autocross muscle car. However, this Duster might be a little bit confusing and disagreed among Mopar enthusiast because of his unique features.

1973 Plymouth Duster #ProjectRecycled Back

First, we must mention that this Duster is built from different car parts, so it is far beyond from stock. The truth is that, actually it is a Duster body, which lies on a C6 Corvette chassis and Driveline. However, on the other side this configuration makes him super agile on autocrosses.

1973 Plymouth Duster #ProjectRecycled Interior

The interior has been stripped completely to the bare metal. In addition, it is equipped with Recaro bucket seats with Ridetech safety harnesses, Sport-Comp gauges, Tilton Engineering sport pedals and a roll cage.

1973 Plymouth Duster #ProjectRecycled FuelTank

As we have mentioned before, the Powertrain is sourced from a Chevrolet Corvette C6 with a Z51 Performance Package. That means it is powered by a GM’s 364 cubic-inch, 6.0 liter LS2 small-block V8 engine, rated at 400 horsepower and 400 lb.-ft. of torque.

1973 Plymouth Duster #ProjectRecycled LS2 Engine

In addition, it is equipped with a Tremec T56 6-speed manual transmission, Corvette disc brakes on all wheels, Weld Racing SR 71 wheels wrapped with a BFGoodrich g-Force Rival S and Ridetech sport shocks. At the end, regardless arguing is this more a Chevy or a Mopar car, we must admit that this ’73 Duster it is a unique piece of a machinery.

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2 Comments

  1. Hey great story, and nicely told. Just goes to show its not always the shiney cars that are the most interesting. I like the recycle challenge and perhaps a comp in its own right.

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