1967 Dodge Charger
1967 Dodge Charger

1967 Dodge Charger

The 1967 Dodge Charger saw the introduction of the 440 Magnum and it was now the standard engine with the new R/T package. Still aimed at the sporty-car buyer wanting plenty of power and space and comfort, the Charger also made it's way on the NASCAR track. The top engine option was still the 426 Hemi, while the full engine line-up included the base 318 w/230hp, the 383 w/325hp, the 440 w/375hp and yes the 426 Hemi w/425hp. The 1967 Charger is also much more rare than the first year 1966 as only 15,788 were built.
Factory Specifications & Production
Model Number Body/Style Number Body Type & Seating Factory Price Shipping Weight Total Production
CW2P 29 2 Dr Hardtop $3,128 3,480 lbs 15,788
Notes: Additional Charger Information: The "HEMI" engine was installed into 118 hardtops. Chassis Specifications From 1966 to 1974, the Charger was based on the Chrysler B platform.
Model Wheelbase Overall Length Width Front Track Rear Track Tires
Charger 117 in 203.6 in 75.8 in 59.5 in 58.5 7.75 x 14
Options & Accessories
Description Description
383-cid 2 BC V-8 Heavy-Duty Differential
383-cid 4 BC V-8 Power Door Locks
440-cid 4 BC V-8 Dual Exhaust
426-cid 4 BC V-8 "HEMI" Buffed Paint
TorqueFlite Transmission Music Master AM Radio
4-Speed Manual Transmission Tilt & Telescoping Steering Wheel
Automatic Speed Control Woodgrain Steering Wheel
Air Conditioning Tachometer
Power Steering Vinyl Roof
Power Brakes Bucket Seats
Power Front Disc Brakes Wheel Covers
Electric Clock Simulated Mag Wheel Covers
Console Road Wheels
Sure Grip Differential Three-Speed Windshield Wipers
Engine Options Location Of Engine Code: 6-Cyl - Right front of block, below cylinder head. Small-Block V-8 - Left front of block, below cylinder head. Big-Block V-8 - Left rear of block, near oil pan flange. Available Transmissions Axle Decoding Location Of Axle Codes: A metal tag is bolted to the assembly, giving the axle ratio or tooth count (if tooth count - divide the larger number by the smaller number, this is the ratio.) Locking axles have a metal tag with the letter "S" on it. Note: Since tags can easily be missing, the approximate ratio can be determined by marking both the a wheel and the driveshaft; turn the wheel one complete turn and the number of times the driveshaft rotates is the ratio. Locking axles can be identified by raising the complete axle assembly and turning one wheel; if the other wheel turns the the same direction it is a locking axle and if it turns the opposite direction it is a non-locking axle.
Charger Axle Ratios
Engine   8-318 8-383 8-426 8-440
Locking / Non-Locking   L NL L NL L NL L NL
Ratio 2.94 x x x x     x x
3.23 x x x x x x x x
3.54         x   x  
3.55     x          
Interior and Exterior Paint Chips 1967 Dodge Exterior Paint Codes. The first letter or number identifies the roof or accent color. The second letter or number identifies the body color. (For example, the combination WC on a Dodge would indicate the roof or accent area is in White and the body is finished in Medium Blue Metallic.) Paint code plates are located in the engine compartment on the left wheel housing or the left fender side shield. 1967 Dodge Interior Paint Codes Interior Paint Notes: Low Gloss Colors require 2 ounces of DuPont 4528S Flattening Compound to a pint of unreduced color. Gloss Colors Usage - Quarter Panel Upper Garnish Moulding, Quarter Garnish Extension & Lock Pillar Upper, "A & B" Pillars and "B" Pillar Cap, Door & Quarter Upper Inner Frame and Upper & Lower Garnish, Miscellaneous Suburban Parts. * Suburban Bow Clips ONLY. Low Gloss Colors Usage - Roof Rails, Backlite Mouldings, "A" Pillar Cover, Console, Manual Seat Adjuster, Windshield Garnish Mouldings, Convertible Top Mechanism, and Miscellaneous Suburban Parts.    
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