I got a '70 (valiant) Duster 340 - 5spd. Everybody has to look wherever I go. It's a cool & unique theme: perfect body w/racing stripes, low profile tires & mags, shiny yellow w/dull black hood, big yellow hood scoop, tinted rear window & wing. I bought it at the upholstery shop! I've got an awesome '73 Fury III too. There are many fantastic shots of the valiant front end in the 1971 movie "Duel" w/Dennis Weaver. You'll be amazed if you click on my link and look at the pics of my Duster. www.musclecarclub.com/boards/showthread.php?t=4089&page=1&pp=10 The wide low-profile-mag-wheel tires; the dull black hood w/yellow hood scoop make it really special looking. The black racing stripes and side windows highlighted in black help too. Duster insignias. Gas cap painted yellow same as the car body. The tiny, little metal Plymouth emblems mechanically embedded in the fenders near the marker lights are so cute too. One time I left the Duster gas cap at a service station. I haven't done that for about 15yrs. I was eating at Pizza Hut w/my wife when I realized it. I had to race back 3 mi. on El Camino Real, late at night. The cashier had it! Thank God. To get another cap to match the body, pretty tough. And it doesn't lock so someone could just pluck it right off. I bought the Duster from the owner of an auto upholstery shop in town here. I had gone there w/my Fury to put a screw on the inside driver door panel to stop a really annoying squeak that just started and to fix a big split in the dash. When I first saw the car and heard it was for sale, I commented to the owner, "It looks like it came out of a time machine." lol. It's so clean and new. The auto repair shop that has always worked on the Duster is in the same bldg. as the upholstery shop, which is BTW right next to an armory. I go back there a lot, well, I've got 4 cars and am not good at fixing them. Although, my wife has put 66k on our 2000 Dodge Stratus that we bought w/29k on it, and yet, that one never seems to break. The body shop that painted my car is there in that bldg. too or was. He moved a while back. The one question the guys around there ask a lot is, "Do u keep the Duster in a garage?" For the first several months I had it, I kept it in the carport of my condo, but after that I've kept it in the garage of my mom's house in Palo Alto. One coincidence is the upholstery guy bought it from a woman who lives in a house just a quarter mi. from my mom's house. That woman bought it from Ely Dodge in Menlo Park." The license frame in the back says in big letters, "Ely" on the bottom, and above the plate, "Menlo-Palo Alto." It's funny. The license frame for my Fury says "Zumwalt," a dealer near Santa Rosa. A metal piece broke off so it now says, "Zumwa." I'm always zooming away in the Fury. lol So, that's why I put "A Duster to Remember," because so many things can happen to my car or I can crash it or sell it. I think there are so few of some of these older models, like also Cougars and Chargers, because some young kid wrecked 'em or let them get trashed. It would be weird, but maybe, an automaker can put out a new line of a few of these old models.