1971 Plymouth Duster 340 US$37,900

1971 Plymouth Duster 340
1971 Plymouth Duster 340
1971 Plymouth Duster 340
1971 Plymouth Duster 340

Car Price

approx. $37,900
approx. €31.248,28
approx. AED139 214,28
approx. $48,856.59
approx. $45,875.83
approx. CHF34,227
approx. ¥243,890.29
approx. £26,903.58
approx. HK$294 325,90
approx. kn234.972,42
approx. $749,595.68
approx. kr312.950,12
approx. ₽2.799.369,80
approx. kr316 649,04
approx. ฿1,188,923
approx. R533,373.11
approx. $1,059,570.26
approx. ₱1,808,894.38
approx. Kč796 658,04
approx. ₨1,542,576.31
approx. $50,511.04
approx. $31,579.80
approx. $26.689.180
approx. B/.37,900
approx. $75,800
approx. ₹2,776,232.12
approx. ¥4,144,819.80
approx. $102,426.64
approx. $52,403
approx. £26,903.58
approx. R$200.104,42
approx. ₪124,253.82
approx. ر.ع.14,590.401
approx. zł141 326,22
approx. $77,143.56
approx. $140.844.080,21
approx. Fr3,728,912
approx. $37,900
approx. ر.ق137,993.90
approx. ₡23.359.590,26
approx. Ft11 109 370,19
approx. د.م.335,796.73
approx. kr.232.366,26
approx. $37,900
approx. ₨7,465,344.62
approx. ₺319.561,43
approx. RM156,356.45
approx. ر.س142,129.78
approx. ₩42 741 653,71
approx. $76 389,72
approx. ₲252 706 592,96
approx. Rp542.040.115

Car Details

  • Year: 1971
  • Location: Grand Rapids, United States
  • Mileage: 26472 mi (42603 km)
  • Gearbox: Automatic
  • Fuel type: Other
  • Color: Custom
  • Car type: Coupe
  • Engine: 8 Cylinder
  • Interior color: Custom
  • VIN: VS29H1E107612
  • Condition: Used
  • Internal Reference: 1578_21KCC58

Car Description

1971 Plymouth Duster 340

-340ci 4 BBL V8

-727 Torque Flight Automatic Transmission

-Butterscotch Paint Over Black/Gray Original Interior

-Last Year Of The 340 4 BBL Engine

-Factory Dual Chrome Exhaust Tips

-Rare Numbers Matching California Survivor

-No Rust Or Replacement Panels

-Runs As Good As It Looks

-Correct Ralley Wheels and New Tires

-Ralley Dash With Factory Tach & 150 MPH Speedometer

N45: California Emission Package

N41/N42: Dual Exhaust w/Chrome Tip Exhaust

R11: Music Master AM Radio

V68/V86: Longitude Stripe and Traverse Stripe

V1X: Full Vinyl Roof

B51: Power Assisted Brakes

G33: O/S LH Remote Racing Mirror

E55: 340 4 BBL V8

D32: 727 Torque Flight Transmission

(Please note: If you happen to be viewing this 1971 Plymouth Duster 340 on a site other than GarageKeptMotors.com, it's possible that you've only seen some of our many photographs of this vehicle due to third-party website limitations. To be sure you access all the more than 165 high-definition photographs and a short startup-and-walk-around video, please go to our main website: GarageKeptMotors.)

"The Plymouth Duster is Mopar's underappreciated mini muscle car" -Hagerty Media, October 2020

Hagerty went on to explain their view: "Mopar built some of the loudest, gaudiest, most cartoonish muscle cars of the '60s and '70s. They were perfect. You couldn't ask more from a muscle car. Consequently, muscle car fans have driven the prices for the hottest Mopars into the stratosphere. Plymouth 'Cudas and Road Runner can demand six figures when equipped with the right powertrain and color options. Plymouth Dusters, on the other hand, are still attainable, even when equipped with desirable powertrains. Sure, they didn't pack 440 or 426 power, but they also weighed less than the B-body Road Runner and Satellite and make an excellent platform for a street or strip car." As to the Duster 340, they added: "From 1970–73, the Duster 340 offered up a potent small-block package with the same high-revving power as the 'Cuda."

Offered here is a beautifully original and perfectly preserved, numbers-matching 1971 Plymouth Duster 340 in Butterscotch over black-vinyl-and-gray cloth. Showing just 26,475 miles on its odometer, the car is a respectfully treated, true survivor from California. It couldn't have looked any nicer when it was delivered to its first owner 50 years ago. Back then, the window sticker would've shown this equipment:

-340ci 4 BBL V8

-727 Torque Flight Automatic Transmission

-Butterscotch Paint Over Black/Gray Original Interior

- Factory Dual Chrome Exhaust Tips

-Rally Wheels

-Rally Dash with Factory Tach & 150 MPH Speedometer

The car's exterior Butterscotch paint is in exceptional condition and uniformly glossy across the entire car. The black vinyl roof is perfect. Body-panel alignment is excellent. A full "Duster 340" graphics and striping package in black-including the cartoon "Duster guy" rear-deck graphic-are perfectly applied. There is no mistaking this Duster for anything but the street-performance muscle car it is. The chrome trim, bumpers, grille, and badging on the car are original and in excellent condition; in the same way, cabin glass and lighting lenses are clear and undamaged. Dual exterior racing-style mirrors are mounted, as are original steel rally wheels (with brand new raised-white-letter BFGoodrich performance tires for a period-correct look) and chrome trim rings. Oval-shaped chrome dual-exhaust tips on the car are factory-original.

Inside, the car's original interior is in place. Front bucket seats and the rear bench seat are upholstered in black vinyl with gray fabric center inserts in outstanding original condition; there are no rips or tears. The factory dashboard with woodgrain trim remains in place. There have been no modifications to the performance gauges including the factory-original tachometer; the factory-installed Music Master AM radio also remains in place. Black factory carpeting covers the cabin floors, and the automatic- transmission shifter is mounted on the steering column.

Under the hood, the perfectly clean and orderly engine bay is a Mopar fan's visual delight: the 340 cubic-inch V8 with "4 Barrel"-labeled air cleaner and valve covers matching the engine-block color. (19A71 was the last year of production for the 340.) Auxiliary components are properly located; hoses and wiring is neatly routed. The car's original build tag remains in place. Viewed from below, the Duster's chassis is perfectly tidy; Stock headers, the full-length stock dual-exhaust system, fresh suspension components, and disc brakes all compete for attention here. There is no rust; all body panels are original.

This extremely original and perfectly preserved 1971 Plymouth Duster 340 is faithfully presented from every angle (including from below) in the more than 165 high-definition photographs and the short walk-around-and-startup video available at the GarageKeptMotors site. That said, we always encourage in-person, up-close inspections by interested parties-or their representatives-at our Grand Rapids, Michigan showroom. We ask only that advance appointments be made by phone or email so that we can devote our full attention to our visitors and this very special 340 Duster. In the same way, feel free to send questions our way via phone or email. Our showroom is not open to the public.

Unless this near-perfect '71 Duster 340 survivor ends up in a museum, the fortunate Mopar fan who acquires it is certain to spend almost as much time enjoying the street-performance aspects of the car as he or she does showing off its impressive details to fellow Mopar fans. Saturday-morning cars-and-coffee gatherings ought to be a blast. (Remember to make an appropriate exit.

For Sale by

Garage Kept Motors

Grand Rapids
United States
Member since 2018

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