72 duster-classic


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Old 08-16-05, 02:34 PM
Danak533
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Smile 72 duster-classic

I have a 72' plymouth duster, need some minor work done to it (like change headers and clean the holley carberator) it also has a edleblock intake manifold when you step on the gas it throws you back in your seat untill all gears have changed and it is ready for a paint job. How much do you think that I could get for this if I was to sell it.
It has a 318 in it.
 

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Old 08-17-05, 12:58 PM
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Does it have a 318?
 
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Old 08-17-05, 02:34 PM
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72' duster

Originally Posted by slickshift
Does it have a 318?
Yes, it does have a 318
 
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Old 08-17-05, 06:35 PM
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I'd say about $4K plus or minus
More if it's really in good shape or all original, less if it needs work
 
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Old 09-03-05, 07:10 PM
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im gonna cry i sold mine last year for 1000 damn but it had plenty of rust.....
 
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Old 09-28-05, 03:49 AM
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duster 340

I've been shopping around for a car for my daughter and found a clean 72'
duster 340. No rust ,4 spd, bench seat,with 132.000 miles on it. what is this car worth and how much horse power did it come with. This car is in nice shape. I know a 16 year old should not be driving a car like but she wants the car and I don't mind buying it for her. It sure does have a nict tone along with being very straight. ..thanks kiethfan
 
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Old 09-28-05, 04:30 AM
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Originally Posted by kiethfan
... 72' duster 340. ... I know a 16 year old should not be driving a car like but she wants the car and I don't mind buying it for her.
A '72 anything is actually a better choice for a 16 year old
Larger, more steel, it's actually safer for new drivers
Crumple zones may be good for us, most teen fender benders "total" the newer cars

The 340, although not as well known, or as pricey as the "H" of the same era, is very well known among the greasy fingernail set as a more streat-able engine
Most gearheads I know would much rather have a 340 than a "H"

I don't have what they are going for in front of me now, but it would be more than one with the 318

It would also depend heavily on condition
If it's all original and unrestored it could command a bit more
 
 

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