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1973 Plymouth Duster

1973 Plymouth Duster in Dazed and Confused, Movie, 1993 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US

1973 Plymouth Duster

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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DT US

2006-03-21 03:17

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Plymouth Duster

Ddey65 US

2006-03-21 06:13

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DT is right. Dodge didn't make the Duster. This model was made after 1973.


-- Last edit: 2006-03-21 06:15:11

trucker US

2006-08-27 22:27

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What's the top speed of a 1973 Plymouth Duster?

coronet440 US

2006-09-10 07:31

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"What's the top speed of a 1973 Plymouth Duster?"

Thats to vague of a question. Duster's came with a few different configurations from slant 6's, 318's 360's and potent 340's. Some folks have even stuffed in big blocks, though the Duster never came from the factory with a big block.

Skid US

2006-12-29 02:54

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Dusters had some pretty hot engine options when they were released, but '73s weren't really that fast. Then again, this one is pretty obviously hot-rodded.

Explorer4x4

2006-12-29 02:55

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1958 Plymouth in background. Either Belvedere or Fury.

yuri US

2007-05-10 20:36

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73 Duster 340, as was stated earlier.
Top speed 130mph.

motokops22 US

2007-07-05 03:45

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I think that might be a Dodge Demon.

car nerd US

2007-07-05 04:10

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motokops22 wrote I think that might be a Dodge Demon.


This is a 1973 model so, by that time, Dodge changed the model name from Demon to Dart.

Knoxzilla CA

2007-09-19 05:38

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It's kind of funny. The film takes place in 1976 and the car is at the earliest a 1973 (could be a 1974 to 76 as well since they were all pretty much the same) which means it's pretty beat to s**t for a 3 year old car. Heheh.

Wampa-One US

2007-09-19 06:02

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Knoxzilla wrote It's kind of funny... which means it's pretty beat to s**t for a 3 year old car. Heheh.

It's not too hard to believe when you consider the knucklehead who was driving it. :D

Red Grant US

2007-12-15 04:10

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Love the Duster!

no1Uno US

2008-03-12 04:40

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Looks good in primer grey! (or so I think) anyone know what kind of wheels it has?

Wampa-One US

2008-03-21 05:56

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-- Last edit: 2008-03-22 19:05:06

Wampa-One US

2008-03-22 03:40

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I think they call these wheels "slots", but I have no idea on the manufacturer.

Skid US

2008-03-23 16:30

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These slotted mags were really popular in the 1970s, and a lot of manufacturers produced them.

One of the most popular was Anson, which these might well be. Halibrands were also popular, but I don't think these wheels are Halibrands....the style isn't quite right.

-- Last edit: 2008-03-25 06:17:39

no1Uno US

2008-05-11 06:10

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Acording to a web site I found its a '72 Duster with Cragar SS wheels (I don't think so!)

car nerd US

2008-05-11 06:18

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If it's a 1972 model it's grill and bumper have been replaced with a 1973 model.

no1Uno US

2008-05-11 23:37

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and hood and tailights

tron US

2009-01-11 06:34

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the rims are ansen sprints also known as fenton gyros

american racing makes a polished version right now in the vintage line

btw, the car is sick in primer, paint isnt always needed

stampede1975 US

2010-06-04 02:47

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According to the IMDB trivia they claim it's a 1972 Plymouth Duster but due to the bumpers it appears to be a 1973 or later Plymouth Duster

BobCat383 US

2011-01-23 13:08

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no1Uno wrote Looks good in primer grey! (or so I think) anyone know what kind of wheels it has?

They look like aluminum slots.

e46fan888 US

2012-07-21 08:15

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Whats the hood scoop

philsev DE

2014-02-16 17:19

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The hood scoops and the wing were options on the "Duster Twister" since '71, so I'd say it's a Twister.

-- Last edit: 2014-04-09 12:05:53

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