1967 Dodge Charger.

April 18, 2013

7 comments
1967 Dodge Charger Fastback.
1967 Dodge Charger Fastback.
1967 Dodge Charger Fastback.
1967 Dodge Charger Fastback.

7 comments:

Spiff said...

Probably the best-executed concealed headlights ever. They rotate 180 degrees and are completely finished and integrated with the grille texture whether open or closed. The vertical grille texture even hides the seams, so when they're closed, it just looks like the car has no headlights... or park/turn lights for that matter. The interior is just as cool, with electroluminescent gauge lighting, a console that runs all the way to the cargo deck, and folding rear bucket seats. Neat find, Tony!

Justin said...

Looks absolutely stunning. One of Chrycorp's best, for sure.

great white tiburon said...

first gen chargers are the best. as spiff said the headlights are hidden quite well and those gauges are simply a joy to stare at in the dark when they're all lit up. I just love the fact that it's a fastback, it looks extra sporty.

Ben Piff said...

Is that the longest roofline of all time? I can't think of a good enough descriptor for that, and I don't ever see myself getting used to that styling. I have so much respect for anyone who reps one of these. Anyone know the curb weight?

Anonymous said...

The chevy panel van is either a 55 or 56, 58 had double headlights and only 55 56 had the egg crate grill

DrVoo said...

This was when the Charger resembled an AMC product -- think 'Marlin'. This would not be considered a compliment. A low point for Dodge, I'd say.

Richard said...

I love those Chargers. I like the 66s better than the 67's & I'll tell you why. There's a console that splits the front bucket seats & goes unbroken directly all the way to the back seats. The 67's have the console in the front seat and backseat, but it stops in between both seats. It's hard to describe, but if you have a chance go on the Internet and check out the insides of the 66 compared to a 67. Both cars are great but, that's the reason why myself and probably many others like the 66 better. I love those cars, both backseats also folded down & when you opened the trunk you could put something very long like Skis in it. Basically it was sort of like a hatchback . Do you remember the 1985–89 Dodge Lancer and Chrysler LeBaron GTS's. Not that it comes close but those were the closest cars to the spirit of the original Dodge Chargers in my opinion.