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1973 Plymouth Duster CP #2625001
02/23/19 05:39 AM
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Re: 1973 Plymouth Duster CP [Re: tomsjack] #2625012
02/23/19 09:23 AM
02/23/19 09:23 AM
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Puttin' on the foil in Charles...
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Quote:
newer interior


Newer than what? The original interior?

I like the missing turn signals.


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Re: 1973 Plymouth Duster CP [Re: tomsjack] #2625037
02/23/19 11:50 AM
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Too much money.Tan guts are ugly. Missing lots of stuff. 4 gear woulve helped.

Re: 1973 Plymouth Duster CP [Re: not_a_charger] #2625039
02/23/19 11:54 AM
02/23/19 11:54 AM
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Between Houston & Galveston TX
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Originally Posted By not_a_charger
Quote:
newer interior


Newer than what? The original interior?

I like the missing turn signals.


How about the missing wipers? Or the missing fuel filler?

The hardware underhood painted body color is a nice touch too.

Is it just the angles of the pics that the front end looks so much wider than the rear? (at the wheels)

I think I'd take the Sox Duster posted earlier over this.



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Re: 1973 Plymouth Duster CP [Re: Satilite73] #2625042
02/23/19 12:03 PM
02/23/19 12:03 PM
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I looked at a few other Dusters online and the rear end definitely looks too narrow. The wheel is in board of the lowest point on the quarter, but on others the wheel is out past it. Hmmm





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Re: 1973 Plymouth Duster CP [Re: tomsjack] #2625051
02/23/19 12:47 PM
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Rear is probably stock, Duster rears often have that "Hippo on stilts" look.

Re: 1973 Plymouth Duster CP [Re: ScottSmith_Harms] #2625055
02/23/19 12:55 PM
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WOW..what a steaming pile that one is. $15K not going to happen ever


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Re: 1973 Plymouth Duster CP [Re: tomsjack] #2625103
02/23/19 02:24 PM
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So Near, Yet So Far
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Duster rear track width is narrower than front. That's actually a fairly common thing on Mopars, but it's most noticeable on stock Dusters/Demons.
Maybe those photos were taken before everything was re-installed, but the car sure has that aura of Quick Flip about it.

Re: 1973 Plymouth Duster CP [Re: tomsjack] #2625111
02/23/19 02:34 PM
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Slap a coat of resale red on a turd and over price it. Heck of a way to sell a car.

Re: 1973 Plymouth Duster CP [Re: stumpy] #2625159
02/23/19 04:59 PM
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I'm aware of how the rear is often narrower regardless of what car it is, it's just for some reason on this thing it looks more pronounced to me.

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Re: 1973 Plymouth Duster CP [Re: tomsjack] #2625221
02/23/19 08:59 PM
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Iā€™d like to get a close look see!

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