440 Duster drag racing - he does a solid burnout, smokes the tires, then finishes a mid-11's run in the 1/4 mile. This car is a big block mopar, and you can tell it. This car has a huge thumpr cam, barely idles, and sounds MEAN! This car has some sick M/T slicks out back, and is a monster!
1971 Plymouth Duster For Sale
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This car was originally from South Carolina, until it was purchased in
August of 1998 by the gentleman that we purchased it from. The car started
life as a solid B5 Blue Duster Twister with a 318 Automatic on the column.
The car underwent a complete nut and bolt rotisserie restoration over the
next few years (100’s of hours invested) by a Mopar expert out of NY.
This is a very unique Duster with a production date of July 9, 1971, the
last day of scheduled production for that model year before summer
shutdown. This is probably one of the last 1971 Dusters ever built. This
awesome restoration was completed in 2006 and it is a blast to drive.
The original build sheet, gas cap, JVC CD changer and remote, owner’s
manual and South Carolina ownership information, photographs of the
restoration are included in the sale.
340ci Stroked to 416ci
Factory Small Block 1970 6-Pak Setup
Converted to a 4-Speed Using Original Parts
8.75 Sure-Grip Rear End with 3.91:1 Gear Ratio
Power Front Disc Brakes, Rear Drum
New Brake Lines
New Dual Exhaust System
Radiator is in Great Shape
Stainless Fuel Line
Explosion Proof Bell Housing
Rebuilt, Plated and Painted Front Suspension
Independent Front Suspension
Leaf Spring Rear Suspension
New Gas Tank
Factory Hemi Orange (EV2) Base/Clear Paint
Flat Black Hood with Scoops and Pins
1972 Inner Fender
1972 Slotted Bumpers
Beautiful Fit and Finish
Door Lips and Jambs are Clean and Solid
Solid Straight Quarters
Solid Clean Trunk Painted Body Color
Undercarriage was Stripped to Bare Metal, Primed and Painted Single Stage
Hemi Orange Paint was Fogged Down the Edges Just Like Factory Overspray
Floorboards and Frame are Solid
Wheel Wells are Undercoated
Correct Rally Wheels
215/70/14 Front, 255/60/15 Rear
Beautiful Black Interior
Some Wear on the Driver Seat
Column Mounted Tach
CD Changer in the Trunk
Door Panels are in Great Shape
Nice Carpet with Duster Mats
Seatbelts Front and Rear
Headliner is in Good Shape
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5th Scale BurnOut Time! FG Dragster Test Runs
Finally, I'm taking my FG Dragster out for a testrun. The dragster is
powered by a BZM 28.5 Torque Tuned engine which I dropped in a FG
Sportsline 2WD. I've converted my Sportsline chassis to a 1970's Dodge
Challenger, with lots of custom parts. In the video series you will be able
to follow this build from the very start, to the point where it will
finally start burning some rubber!
The custom servo setup works great, the BZM has massive torque, and I love
running this scaled down muscle car! A few alterations will be made in the
future, such as a bit thicker diff oil, and perhaps a different clutch to
make it engage a bit more aggressively. For a first run, I was more than
satisfied and this ride is everything I hoped it to be.
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to use a killswitch. Killer RC has a great range of products that assist
you in interrupting the ignition of the car and turning the engine off in
case of emergency. Safety first, for yourself and those around you.
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"Hoorn Staat Op" by Dubbel B & Ontoppadiz ft. DJ DNS
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Packages, and Photos
1970 340 Plymouth Duster
A 1970 340 Plymouth Duster I shot at the East Tennessee MOPAR Club
show..one of like 37 he has..very nice Car...check it out!
1972 340 Duster
A very nice 1972 340 Duster..numbers matching and very cool...check it
Awesome Drag Racing and Burnouts Gateway Motorsports Park NHRA Sportsman Challenge
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This is more drag racing action from last weekend's NHRA Spring Sportsman
Challenge at Gateway Motorsports Park. There were a ton of amazing cars on
hand and the weather was perfect for racing. I shot a ton of footage that
day, so there will be many more videos on the way. Be sure to check out my
first video from this event as well. Thanks for watching!
Ramblin Around :
Gateway Motorsports Park
Instruments: Guitar, Organ, Bass, Kit
84 BPM (Andante - Medium Speed)
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American Burnouts Versus Australian Burnouts PART 3
After 2,000 comments and a few hundred thousand views, the first two
America V Australia burnout videos don't seem to have helped the problem.
So in part 3, we hope we are able to rectify this problem. If the video
responses are anything to go by, we're in for one hell of a long
Part 1 & 2 & 4 can be found here :
American Vs Aussie Burnouts Part 1 :
American Vs Aussie Burnouts Part 2 :
American Vs Aussie Burnotus Part 4:
Local car show let out and some people got carried away. Vote for your
favorite in the comment section below!