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1967 Dodge Charger


The sleek fastback roofline accentuates the large proportions of the ’67 Charger
The sleek fastback roofline accentuates the large proportions of the ’67 Charger

With the Fourth of July coming up tomorrow in our politically divided nation, let us come together and agree (for once) that there is nothing more all-American than a big-block muscle car from the 1960s.

The Pick of the Day is a bright-red 1967 Dodge Charger powered by a 440 cid V8, which should get the job done. The Lithia Springs, Georgia, classic car dealer notes that these big ground pounders do not get the attention they deserve compared with the later Chargers that regularly go into six figures at auction.

“It’s a shame that cars like this cool 1967 Dodge Charger live in the shadows of their second-generation siblings because these sleek fastbacks have a lot to offer,” the seller says in the ClassicCars.com listing. “In particular, this one carries a stout 440, offers a heavy-duty look that’s hard to resist, and in a show field full of later Chargers, this one is going to stand out.

The Charger features many original trim and interior parts, the seller says
The Charger features many original trim parts, the seller says

“Make no mistake, this is a big car, and the dramatic fastback profile only makes it look longer, giving it a lot of presence on the streets and accentuating the look of performance.”

The paint job is only about four years old, the seller states, and while the Charger is “purely a driver, not a show car … it looks great even up close, with decent gaps, a good shine, and only modest signs of age and use.”

“You also get more chrome on this one than the later cars, including the wonderful trim that runs along the tops of the fenders and back to a set of mini fins flanking the fastback deck,” the description reads. “The chrome bumpers are probably original, while irreplaceable pieces like the single taillight in back remain in excellent shape.”

The interior is in good condition with apparently new seats and rugs, the seller says, and “is still one of the coolest (interiors) to ever grace a car coming out of a Chrysler factory, starting with two sets of bucket seats and two center consoles.”

 The 440 cid V8 has been built for ‘torque monster’ performance

The 440 cid V8 has been built for ‘torque factory’ performance

But the real story here is the muscular performance with a built 440 under the hood.

“Wearing a coat of Hemi Orange engine enamel, an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor, and long-tube headers, it’s a torque factory that looks great in the cavernous engine bay,” the dealer says. “It starts easily and idles with a healthy rumble from the twin Magnaflow mufflers, and all that power gives this big Charger the moves of a much smaller car.

“Backed by a 727 TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic transmission and tall 2.94 gears, its an easy car to maneuver around town and a superb highway cruiser.”

The asking price of $34,995 is a whole lot less than later-model Chargers, plus it’s more rare and distinctive with “an awesome look that you won’t see everywhere you go.”

“And you can’t argue that those black wheels with dog-dish hubcaps and 225/70/15 blackwall tires don’t give this car a very butch look,” the seller adds.

Bob Golfen
Bob Golfen
Bob Golfen is a longtime automotive writer and editor, focusing on new vehicles, collector cars, car culture and the automotive lifestyle. He is the former automotive writer and editor for The Arizona Republic and SPEED.com, the website for the SPEED motorsports channel. He has written free-lance articles for a number of publications, including Autoweek, The New York Times and Barrett-Jackson auction catalogs. A collector car enthusiast with a wide range of knowledge about the old cars that we all love and desire, Bob enjoys tinkering with archaic machinery. His current obsession is a 1962 Porsche 356 Super coupe.
  1. Best looking car ever made and the interior was great. We used to take the back buckets out and put around the camp fire.
    It was a heavy car but it was quick for the size.

  2. i agree,the 66 and 67 chargers, were the best looking cars ever made,and i am a proud owner of a 66 charger,with a 361 all original car,with original owners manual,and certi card that came with the car,i have loved these cars since 1975,and have owned 4 since that time

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