1969 COPO Camaro ZL1 vs 1971 Duster 340
At first glance, a 340 powered 1971 Plymouth Duster doesn’t seem like much competition to a 1969 427 powered COPO Camaro ZL1.
In fact, with 430-horsepower, the Camaro has an advantage of nearly 150-horsepower over what the small block Duster’s 340 was rated at.
When we first saw this video of these two fantastic cars going head, we thought that the Camaro was going to come out on top.
Surprisingly enough, the Duster had other plans.
Not only did the Plymouth 340 prove itself capable of keeping up with arguably one of the best Chevy engines of the 1960s...
The Duster walked all over one of the most touted GM muscle cars of the era.
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