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Engine compartment was fluffed after Ziebart was removed. Sorry for the repeats. Doing this on my phone and obviously not very well.
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I forgive the transgression (fluffing). Car and color is just too cool!!

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His wife says she was never allowed to sit in it.
Yeah, that would go over well at my house A few years back I was ready to pass my Chevelle ragtop on to a new owner and my wife said "you are NOT selling that car!" So needless to say, it's still in the family
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Ha Bill! I get where she is coming from. Such a cool ride with a great story! Say hey to Marilee for me!
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You need to bring your Duster to the Mopar Nationals at Carlisle. Your car deserves to be there.

https://www.carlisleevents.com/event...sler+nationals

They have a Mopar Survivor Display....it's very impressive. Your Duster will fit right in

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Thanks Dan,
I may try it if I can make the time. I've never been.
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Phil,

The Mopar Nationals at Carlisle is a Bucket List, especially now that you own this Special Duster....you can be crusing the fair grounds and playing Kansas - “Dust In The Wind”

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My first Brand new Car was a 73 Duster 340. Having just returned from a job posting in Halifax I decided to sell my well worn 68 Camaro (50,000 miles in 18 months). I wanted a New Camaro but the Chev dealer couldn't get what I wanted.
The Chrysler Plymouth Dealer across the street had 3 340's in stock all automatics but only one had Sure Grip. Thats the one I chose and was out the door with in in three days.
Circuit raced it, drag raced it and put 50,000 miles on it in 18 months. It was a good car.

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Cooll story Paul. Is that Plymouth's "Landau" vinyl roof?
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Cooll story Paul. Is that Plymouth's "Landau" vinyl roof?
I think it was just called a Half vinyl top.
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