1967 Dodge Monaco
1967 Dodge Monaco

1967 Dodge Monaco

In 1967, the Monaco adopted the Polara body style and came with all the same standard features plus a few extras. The Monaco received a specialized grille with a horizontal bar showing the Monaco crest and adorned Monaco or Monaco 500 in block letters across the rear fender. Inside, the dash panel was modified to group common controls together and to eliminate protruding knobs. Additional features included a glovebox light, ashtray light, map lights, foam front seat cushions and foam wheel cover.   1967 Dodge Monaco Factory Specifications & Production
Model Number Body/Style Number Body Type & Seating Factory Price Shipping Weight Total Production
CD2H 41 4-dr Sedan - 6P $3,138 3,895 lbs Note 1
CD2H 43 4-dr Hardtop Sedan - 6P $3,275 3,945 lbs Note 1
CD2H 23 2-dr Hardtop Coupe - 6P $3,213 3,885 lbs Note 1
CD2H 45 4-dr Station Wagon - 6P $3,542 4,425 lbs Note 2
CD2H 45 4-dr Station Wagon - 9P $3,646 4,475 lbs Note 2
Monaco 500
CD2P 23 2-dr Hardtop Coupe - 6P $3,712 3,970 lbs Note 1
Notes: 1. Total Production is rounded off to the nearest 100 and includes 11,400 Monaco's and 2,500 Monaco 500 2. 8,900 Polara & Monaco Station Wagons were produced. Chassis Specifications
Model Wheelbase Overall Length Width Front Track Rear Track Tires
Monaco 122 in 219.6 in Not Available Not Available Not Available 8.45 x 14
Monaco Station Wagons - 9P 122 in 221.3 in Not Available Not Available Not Available 8.45 x 14

1967 Dodge Monaco VIN

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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