1967 Dodge Charger 57625 Miles Monotone Metallic Burgandy Coupe 383 V8 3 Speed

Price: US $38,995.00 Item location: Local pick-up only
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Charger
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: --
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 57,625
  • VIN: XP29H72341904
  • Color: Gray
  • Engine size: 383 V8
  • Power options: --
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: --
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1967 Dodge Charger --

The first-generation Dodge Charger was a short-run of premium and distinct coupes, and this 1967 example showcases that perfectly. With a ton invested in an original-style presentation, the right upgrades, great paperwork, and big V8 power, this is that rare showstopper you've been waiting for. You know this Charger looks ready for prime time in its factory-correct Monotone Burgundy Metallic. There was definitely a nice investment to make sure this color still has a sophisticated luster. Dodge was catching up... to the new fastback craze started by the Mustang, so their historically low production numbers are especially true for the first generation that had a less than two-year production run. But part of the reason why it was a little late to the party was because they were getting the design right. More than just the bold roof line, this one has some very thoughtful design elements. It starts with the bright full-width grille. The chrome side moldings start here and run continuously over the Coronet's rear kick up, and it doesn't stop until the wide rear bumper. The result is almost like a wraparound effect of bright work. Plus, the rear full width taillight panel is a hallmark element that we still look for today on the modern Charger. A nice finishing touch is the set of Cragar wheels that any performance-minded would have added, too, in 1967. The Charger did not come cheap, and so they made sure the interior was a true premium experience. The upholstery is quite correct and the black vinyl is offset by a few well-chosen bits of chrome and stainless trim, making for a very sleek interior that looks upscale. It also helps that they made more investments to make sure everything looks well-presented and correct. Everyone gets the luxury of bucket seats with individuals for the rear and a fold-down armrest for the front split bench (rarely seen on this year Charger.) Another great feature rarely seen on muscle cars are the rear seats fold individually for added versatility. The gauges are absolute works of art. The aircraft-inspired dials have markings around the perimeter and have a very modern glow at night. An original AM radio remains in the dash, but a modern AM/FM/CD stereo head unit has been discreetly mounted in the glove box. After all, a premium cruiser like this need a good selection of tunes. This was born a big-block coupe, and so it's nice to see an era-correct 383 cubic-inch V8 still filling the engine bay. It looks great with bright work on the Magnum air cleaner and valve covers. More than just look good, this one also has some great performance chops. It inhales deeply with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and exhales with wicked authority out of a Flowmaster H-pipe dual exhaust. You know you have serious power any time you want it, so you'll also be glad you have power steering, power brakes, and the stout Torqueflite A727 three-speed to easily have you harness this beastly Charger. The sale comes complete with all the right paperwork you'd want on an interesting classic like this. It includes the original window sticker, warranty card, title documentation, owner's manual, and restoration photos. You don't get many opportunities to obtain such a rare and nice example of sports car history. So it's time to call today or regret missing out on this coupe tomorrow!