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  1. I picked up the 71 Duster kit mainly for the small block engine for a 70 Charger project and decided to put a 440 in it. Well, I could not leave well enough alone and decided to get another Duster and build it as the six pack 340 car. This is the 340 car. I have the L60x15 inch tires on the rear and kit supplied F60x14s on the front. The 440 six pack car has the same tire combo but not sure about the wheels yet. I used the rear axle and springs from a 68 charger kit, mainly because one of the 71 Duster kits had some badly molded rear springs. Also I decided that the 440 six pack would shred the stock rear axle in real life. Here is the 340 (I'm going to call it a 318) sitting in the 70 Charger. This will be the "500" version with the tail light panel from the 70 F&F charger and the A/C unit from the Duster. Thanks for looking, all comments welcomed.
  2. 71 Plymouth Duster

    finished the duster last night
  3. AMT's 1/25 scale '71 Plymouth Duster 340, coming in late 2018:
  4. Hey everyone!, this is an exact replica of my REAL Duster just after I finished doing the bodywork on it. Its very special to me because it was my birth year, AND the first model year of it. Since there wasn't an actual 1970 kit, I had to SB a few changes.....the front grille, taillights, and dash, are some of the things. Its totally detailed, and ALL the wiring is laying exactly as it was. The taillights are too reflective for back then, but I will have that corrected when I build it after it came out of the paint shop.
  5. Finished these two up in the last week. Two giant pains in the rear in regards to decals, the Monte Carlo's fell apart on the touch so had to decal bond the hell out of it and the Duster decals turned milky yellow. The color on the Duster is apparently a regular RAL standard color(yellow green), thank God it came out as nice and close to the hi-impact colors.
  6. Duster 340

    Been working on it all week. Came out pretty good. Had a bit of trouble with the decals. It was an old kit and they were hard to slide on. Then I accidentally tore the rear decal trying to remove some debris from the model before he clear coat dried.
  7. HQ HOLDEN MONARO DONE

    Resin HQ Monaro body from The Parts Box with AMT 71 duster interior/engine/chassis. Pics: Interior All comments welcome.
  8. AMT 1971 Plymouth Duster

    I finished this AMT 1971 Plymouth Duster Street Machine kit in 2003. I built it to look like my friend's mom's Duster and got pretty close. The only things missing were incorrect rims and the stripe graphics on each side. The Duster that belonged to my friend's mom had steelies with hubcaps, not mag rims. AMT's '71 Duster 340 kit came with the correct decals for the striped graphic, but in black and I needed white. The body was painted a sky blue and the interior a dark blue to match the 1:1 car. Anyway, I got it pretty close. I'd still like to find those stripe graphics in white.