Classic Industries to Resurrect 1972 Plymouth Duster on ‘Chop Cut Rebuild’

May 4, 2011

Classic Industries has announced that its latest project, the restoration of a 1972 Plymouth Duster, will be featured on season eight of SPEED TV’s “Chop Cut Rebuild.”

The company’s build team has partnered with Dan Woods, the show’s host, to restore the Duster. The entire build will be documented in a 13-episode series of the show this fall. Woods and the Classic Industries build team will transform the rusty Duster into a high-performance street machine, using parts from the company’s new Mopar catalog, according to representatives from Classic Industries.

“Working with Dan and the ‘Chop Cut Rebuild’ team has been great in the past, so we are pleased to partner with them once again for season eight,” said Jeff Leonard, CEO of Classic Industries. “This project will allow us to showcase how enthusiasts can use our new catalog of Mopar restoration products to restore classic Mopar models (like our Duster) to their original appearance.”

Filming for the series has already started, said Leonard.

Many once-forgotten Mopar A-body cars, such as the Duster, are enjoying a new-found resurgence in popularity with muscle car enthusiasts, according to Classic Industries.

Viewers will see the team utilize a number of products from Classic Industries during the build, many of which were previously unavailable elsewhere.

Viewers will be able to follow the build of the Classic Industries 1972 Duster from start to finish when the series begins airing in October.

The car will be unveiled in November at the 2011 SEMA Show.

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