Hi, this is Eric Rodewald.
The car wasn't mine it was my father's, James Rodewald. We are from Lake
City, Minnesota, most of it was professionally built (not by us) The car has
$27,000 invested, and is show-car quality. But here are the
specifications of the '72 Duster, Pro-Street. The car was restored 3
three years ago, with new paint inside and out. It has an 8-Pt. roll
cage, pro racing fiberglass bucket seats. In the engine compartment,
it's a 440, balanced, with 12.5:1 pistons. The crank weights are lightened,
there is a windage tray,a 7 qt. aluminum oil pan, a high volume oil pump,
650.-lift solid cam, Crane RollerRockers, M1 Edelbrock Intake, Barry
Grant Holley 1100 Dominator w/ Barry Grant fuel pump and regulator and gauge.
4 core aluminum radiator, dual electric fans, Mopar High-Performance ignition,
Autometer cable/electric 5" tach, Headman 2" block Hugger
Headers ceramic coated, 3" exhaust w/ flowmasters. It has a 727
manual shift w/ reverse shiftpattern, deep sump aluminum oil pan, Cheetah
Turbo Action Shifter, with line-lock. Big Block K-Member with
six-cylinder torsion bars, w/ disc brakes in the front. 15x6 weld wheels.
The rear end: the back half is sub-framed and tubbed and 8 3/4 narrowed, w/
4.88 gears with a spool, 15x15 Weld Wheels with 33"x19.5"x15"
Mickey Thompson Sportsman Pro tires. Leaf springs with pinion snubber,
with an 8-gallon fuel cell. Trunk mounted battery & main power
shut-off. Here are several larger pictures. Thanks for placing this
on your site