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.
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.
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.
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.
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.