1967 Dodge Coronet R/T Hardtop Factory Air Conditioning Car! Beautiful and a Great Car! Factory Undercoated and No Rust or Rot Straight Lines and a Real Performer as well as a Looker! Take a look at all the pictures we posted. Freshly Maintained and entire body-on re-fresher done within the past two years. Very Nice SOLID CAR For 1967 Dodge placed the grille from the Charger onto the Coronet. The rear end received a little attention as well. The R/T version, short for Road/Track, was introduced and priced under $3200 for the two door hardtop version. The 2 door R/T convertible was offered for $3,440. The R/T version sold well - over 10,000 examples were produced. The 440 cubic-inch V8 engine was capable of propelling the car from zero to sixty in seven seconds. The 375 horsepower engine was very popular at the drag strip. If that was not enough, a 426 cubic-inch Hemi engine could be substituted for just $460. Only 238 vehicles were equipped with this 425 horsepower engine. Fifty-five vehicles were built to comply with the Hot Rod Association Super Stock B rules. These SS/B models were equipped with the 440 cubic-inch V8 engine and produced 375 horsepower and 480 ft-lbs of torque. We Sell and Ship Worldwide 1967 Dodge Coronet Many Mopar fans were weekend racers in the 1960's and the Coronet R/T was a popular choice both on the road and track. The R/T package included non-functional hood scoops and simulated rear fender air vents, stiffer suspension, heavy duty brakes, and red streak tires. Production was 10,181, including 628 Convertibles. The standard engine option was the Magnum 440 w/ 375 horsepower that was hooked to a four-speed or TorqueFlite transmission. One recorded '67 Coronet R/T finished 0-60 mph in 7.2 seconds, and the quarter mile in 15.4 seconds. However the Hemi option was available on special order and for just under $1000.00 more you could add this to your package. The Dodge Coronet Deluxe was the company's intermediate size model for 1967 offered in a variety of trim levels, bodystyles, and engines. The 1967 models had the 1966 bodyshell with a Charger grille with a few design changes to the rear end. The base engine was a 225 cubic-inch Slant Six and was available as a 2- or 4-door sedan or a 6-passenger station wagon. They had two-speed electric wipers, rearview mirrors, dual parking system and warning light, padded instrument panel and sun visors, and emergency warning flashers. There were seat belts, windshield waster, and black sidewall tires. For 1967, approximately 27,800 examples of the Coronet Deluxe were produce. About half had six-cylinder engines (14,100) and the other half had V8s (13,700). The Coronet 440 Series was the intermediate trim level of the Coronet series available as a sedan, hardtop coupe, convertible, and a 6- or 9-passenger wagon. The 440 Series added carpeting, foam front seats and vinyl interiors on convertibles, hardtops and station wagons. Station Wagons also received a power tailgate window. The 440 Series proved to be rather popular, with approximately 92,500 examples produced. Of those, around 8,600 examples were given six-cylinder engines while 83,900 were fitted with V-8s. The top trim level on the Coronet was the 500 Series, available as a sedan, hardtop coupe, or convertible. They received wheel covers, console, bucket seats and vinyl interior. To help distinguish them from their siblings, they also had the Coronet 500 name, in block letters, on the sides of the rear fenders. For customers seeking more performance, Dodge offered the Coronet R/T series. They were given all the features found on the Coronet 500 plus the 440 cubic-inch Magnum V-8 engine fitted with four-barrel carburetor and dual exhaust. They had a TorqueFlite automatic transmission, a special paint stripe, heavy-duty shock absorbers and torsion bars, a special hood with scoops, and heavy-duty brakes. They came as a hardtop coupe or convertible with the convertibles receiving .
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