First Generation of a Legend: 1967 Dodge Charger Full Tour And Driving Review, Power and Nice Sound

Today we are going to take a closer look at a beautiful 1967 Dodge Charger. While this Mopar is not the top dog fitted with 426 HEMI and it doesn’t have a stick shift tranny, it’s a very well preserved example showing a little over 67,000 miles on the odometer.

Well Preserved 1967 Dodge Charger Review & Road Test

Today we are going to take a closer look at a beautiful 1967 Dodge Charger. While this Mopar is not the top dog fitted with 426 HEMI and it doesn’t have a stick shift tranny, it’s a very well preserved example showing a little over 67,000 miles on the odometer.

This 1967 Dodge Charger packs a 383 Big Block V8 paired with a TorqueFlite transmission. The guy doing the review didn’t get all the facts right, like the hideaway lights switch for example, but I’m sure you’ll enjoy seeing this Mopar all the way around and go for a ride.

For me this is one of the most beautiful muscle cars ever built. The dash clocks are awesome designed. Loved that car with a 383 4 bbl. I have a friend, he was an engineer for Chrysler, and all the engineers had the same comment: Don’t get a Hemi. To hard to keep running. They all picked the 383.

Play the Cool Stuff in Weird Cars video to see more and go for a ride in this ’67 Charger.

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