Make: Plymouth Duster
Reason for building: For car show and the street.
How long have you been in the hobby? 4 years
Previous rides: 68 Ford Falcon, 74 Plymouth
Club Affiliation: Memory Lane Cruisers
Who helped? Darrin Numbers, Josh and Jason
Name of your ride: The Crusher
Why? It’s a beast on the street
Engine: The original 1974 340 has been stroked
to 366 by Motor Works of Washington state. A
host of Mopar Magnum Performance parts fill the
block and an aluminum intake and Holley carb
sit on top. Ignition is control by a MSD 6AL-Z
package. The transmission is a TCI Street
Fighter, pushing the power to the rear wheels.
Suspension: The frame has been modded for air
ride by the Dog House Garage of Oxford, AL.
Paint: is the factory orange.
Body Mods: A Mopar six pack scoop was
added to the hood.
Interior: The interior remains stock with the
exception of a three gauge pod on the driver side
pillar and Autometer 5” tach for hitting those all
important shift points.
Tires/wheels: Cragar wheels mounted on Mirada
Sport GTX P225/50/15 tires in the front and
Goodyear 235/55/17 on the rear.