1967 Dodge Charger


In 1966 Dodge introduced a new and totally radical design for a muscle car, the Charger. It made a real statement about where design might be headed with the long sloping fast back rear window and raked windshield to help create a slipperier profile for the Nascar circuit. It was a success on the track, but might have been a bit to, “out there”, for the buying public. With that this body style only lasted two seasons while the next generation was a huge success and still is today. However, like a lot of things that were just too much for their day and as time passed, an appreciation for what was created developed. That can be said of the first gen Charger. With its elongated profile, variety of drive line options, and what really had to be the coolest interior of that day, and many to come, today's collector car market has embraced the original. Here is a great rendering of that model; finished in original white with a newer red bucket seat with armrest interior. The rear passenger compartment has the unique bucket style that fold down to create plenty of load area. It is powered by a 440 backed up by the venerable Torqueflyte 727 transmission with a 3.23 rear end and factory AC to boot. If you are looking for an extremely rare and unique combination from 1967 you can miss with this.


Features



  • Strong 440 CID Mopar big block

  • Solid Torqueflyte 727 transmission with column shifter

  • The rear end is an open 3.23 to 1

  • Factory Correct Steering Wheel and Performance Tuned Dual Exhaust

  • Factory original Air Conditioning that works

  • Power Front and Rear Drum Brakes in great shape

  • Factory original power steering

  • Finished in Freshly Buffed and Waxed factory correct White

  • Very Nice Vinyl Red Bucket Seat Interior with newer carpets

  • Beautiful rear bucket style seats with fold down armrest

  • Correct AM Radio in the dash

  • Unique Hide Away Headlights and Full factory Instrumentation

  • Nicely detailed engine bay and trunk with mat

  • 15 inch Magnum 500 Wheels with 22570/R15 redline radials

  • Very good Chrome, Glass, and Stainless trim throughout the car with very good bumpers front and rear

  • This is a body style you don't see very often anymore and with the performance this one puts out you can't help but smile when you're cruising

Engine

Engine Type

Gasoline

Engine Size

440 Super Commando V8

Body

Body Color

White

Body Style

Coupe

Doors

2

Basic

Year

1967

Make

Dodge

Model

Charger

Interior

Interior Color

Red

Seating Type

Bucket

Seat Material

Vinyl

Shifter Type

Column

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