1970 - 1975 Plymouth Duster Emblem Novelty License Plate - Vintage Emblem
Plymouth Duster 1970 - 1975 Coupe Novelty License Plate
The Valiant was given a facelift for 1970 and used it to create a new car called the Duster. The Duster was a $15 million effort to update the compact Valiant and used many of the components from it, including the platform, the front end sheet metal, but featured a different design from the cowl back. The Valiant badge appeared only on the first model year Dusters. Though this had been an unauthorized project, the Duster was put into production and win over the hearts of many buyers. The small footprint and lightweight persona helped spawn a high-performance version of the Duster, the Duster 340. It was given subtle design cues such as striped down its sides and small 340 decals. The original idea was to use the Warner Brothers Tasmanian Devil swirl cartoon but they were unable to secure the rights. So designs were drawn with their own 'Duster' or devil swirl. The name drew from the idea that when a driver lost a race they were left in the dust or 'dusted'. The car was positioned to compete with the Chevrolet Nova.
Perfect for all car enthusiasts that want to enhance the front look of their Plymouth Road Runner Superbird 1970. These Novelty License Plates look great on the front of the car or a wall at home, garage, office, workshop, Man cave, private roadways or anywhere you feel you deserve a special deco spot. This is the ideal gift for any car enthusiast.
Available in: Tor Red - In-Violet - Lime Light - Vitamin C - Lemon Twist - Moulin Rouge - Blue Fire - Ice Blue - Black Velvet - Deep Burst Orange - Rallye Green - Jamaica Blue - Gray - White
Made of .032 Aluminum
6" x 12" (153 x 306 mm) standard automotive license plate size
4 holes for easy mounting
UV protected for outdoor use and durability
Made in USA
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