1967 Dodge Coronet R/T


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The 1967 Coronet adopted Charger styling cues, including a new single-piece grille, but the car's basic profile was unchanged. The 361 c.i. V8 was dropped that year and a 440 c.i. Magnum V-8 was added. Most notably, Dodge debuted its R/T line of the Coronet which stands for "Road and Track". This sporty trim was available with either a 365 of 375 hp 440 c.i. V-8 or a Hemi engine and included a heavy-duty transmission and unique air intake. In all approximately 340 Hemi Coronets were ordered in 1967. You will see if you decode the vin# that this is the real deal.

We want to thank our friends at Frontier's Of Flight Museum for allowing us to shoot the majority of our photos at their great location. Please stop in to visit this great museum when you're in Dallas. We don't have much history on this R/T, but it appears to be quite original, with the exception of probably a paint job in the past. The interior is in good condition except the headliner needs replacing. The original vin tag is in place. There is an aftermarket under dash radio installed because the original in dash radio does not work The tachometer is not functioning.