Many of you often ask us to feature some nice examples of a first generation Dodge Charger. However, not many of these beautiful Mopars were sold back in the day (less then 16,000 for the ’67 model) and therefore we don’t get to see one that is worth sharing often. Well, today we have a beautifully restored and very rare 1967 Dodge Charger that I’m sure you’ll enjoy.
Born at the Hamtramck assembly plant in Detroit, this 1967 Dodge Charger sports a 383 V8 engine paired with 727 automatic. It has power steering, power brakes, air conditioning and console clock. According to the owners’ research, only 12 Dodge Chargers were built with Medium Copper Metallic paint, Copper interior and Black vinyl roof in 1967.