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Project "cruster" 71 Plymouth Duster

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Tackled one of the things I was stuck on, the front splitter/bumper mount. I wanted to retain my modified bumper but also give a aggressive front spoiler look too. I think I am finally getting somewhere. Don't mind the fitment, it is just taped in and I still have a lot of finish work left.

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You won't make today's 12 Hours of Sebring but maybe you'll have it ready for the Le Man 24 this summer. :)

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I can only say that I'm impressed, a very different take on this kit and it really works amazing, nice and clean work too, great!

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Everything is so well integrated on your Duster. A fine combination of factory and function.

Have you settled on an engine for the Duster yet? Big Hemis seem like such a handful on a road course in reality. Hard to top a Hemi for intimidation factor, though.B)

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How's the "Cruster" coming, Andy?

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Thanks guys! Fixed my broken links now too..

I'll add my name to the list of fellas that'd like to see where this one's at as well. Too cool. Waaaaaaaaaaaay too cool.

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I'm gonna guess things aren't unpacked yet?

not even close.. in fact I don't really have a "place" to unpack them. 

I have some outdoor things to attend to, hopefully after that I start framing my new indoor workplace. 

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Cool concept and build

Somehow a modern Hemi seems like a good fit, just as Mopar has announced a return to Nascar as well

I like the idea of getting a small lathe for personal use, very handy

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Can't wait to see any update on this slammed duster 🤩

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