This 1971 Plymouth Duster was the beneficiary of a 2,000-hour, $254,000, professional, nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration. It’s been featured on the covers of Car Craft and Muscle Car Review. It is powered by a 392ci SRT crate engine with a 6-speed manual transmission and hydraulic clutch. It has a customized leather interior, heated and cooled seats, modern audio and modern air conditioning.
It is also equipped with Reilly Motorsports AlterKtion front suspension, custom 4-link rear suspension, Currie 9” rear axle, Eaton Detroit Truetrac differential with 3.73 gears, power rack & pinion steering and Wilwood 4-wheel power disc brakes. It is finished in custom Medium Blue Metallic paint and is documented with a detailed Build Book. The 2,000-hour nut-and-bolt rebuild was conducted by Ken Maisano and the pros at Mascar Classics, which is the same outfit that's been featured countless times on “Overhaulin'.”