1971 Duster Interior

n the early 1970s, the interior of the Duster featured a Rallye Gauge cluster on the instrument panel. The instrument panel was replaced in 1972 with the standard Valiant-like instrument cluster. The interior also included vinyl bucket seats and cloth/vinyl split bench seats. Both types of seats were available with a center console and air conditioning. In the late 1970s, the Duster was equipped with an AM/FM radio and was available with leather upholstery.

The duster interior changed little from its predecessors. The ’71 model sported rectangular side markers set in pot metal bezels. The ’72 models adopted Chrysler’s long-standing generic “corporate” markers. In terms of interior, the two cars had very similar interiors. The main differences were the hood and taillights. The front fascia featured a rounded shape. The rear ended in a sloping roof and altered taillamps.
1971 Duster Interior

Whether you’re shopping for a classic car or a classic truck, you’ll appreciate the look of a 1971 Duster. The original Duster was built in California, and was the least expensive member of Plymouth’s rapid transit system. Originally, the cabin was simply black with red stitching. However, the car has been remodeled over the years to meet the high standards set by the Duster 340.