June 1999 Car Craft
The lucky Car Craft magazine staffers scored an abandoned '71 Duster for the measley sum of $200. Of course it didn't run, but it was a good
start for their latest low-buck hot rod makeover project. After a trip to the local u-pull for a good short block and the cleaning-out of a buddy's spare parts bin in exchange for some lunch money,
it was only a few nights of wrenching before they got the ol' slant-6 running - and for a budget price.
Next, they called-upon the boys at Mothers® for their polishing expertise. The mission was to help transform the three-year-old paint job's
dull finish to a bright shine. After a careful color-sanding, a lot of buffing and expert application of the new Professional line of products, that old
Duster started looking cool.
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Car Craft magazine, Cool Looks for Low Bucks, June 1999, Story by Matthew King; pg. 68-72.
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