1967 Dodge Charger Hardtop Coupe Vehicle Profile

1967 Dodge Charger photograph

1967 Dodge Charger photograph

1967 Dodge Charger photograph

1967 Dodge Charger photograph

1967 Dodge Charger photograph

1967 Dodge Charger photograph

1967 Dodge Charger photograph

1967 Dodge Charger photograph

1967 Dodge Charger photograph

1967 Dodge Charger photograph

1967 Dodge Charger photograph

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Hardtop Coupe
In the 1960's, automakers were hungry for ways to tap into the personal luxury and specialty car segments. Chrysler, always among the first to enter a fresh market, selected their Dodge Division to enter the race with a slightly larger model to fit between the pony cars and the personal luxury cars like the Thunderbird.

When Dodge introduced the all-new Charger in 1966, they had no idea just how dynamic the car and the name would become. Based on the intermediate B-Body platform of the Coronet, the Charger was strongly influenced by the 'Race on Sunday, Sell on Monday' idea popularized by racing. It is also said that 'it was style-wise a complete departure from the Dodge's mainstream cars.' With a long sleek fastback rear window, rotating headlights and a space-age electroluminescent dashboard, it certainly was much more than a dressed-up Coronet. With the long side windows and sweeping roof line, the Dodge Boys were able to pull off a beautifully designed fastback that certainly stood apart from the crowd.

This particular example of a first generation Charger is made even more unique by its full white vinyl top. This was a rare option that was not offered in 1966, making a stand out car even more attractive for 1967. Powered by a 383 cubic-inch 4-barrel engine backed by a Torqueflite automatic transmission, this sleek Charger has plenty of 'go' to back up its 'show.'


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1967 Dodge Charger Auction Sales

Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1967 sales)
1967 Dodge Charger
Sold for USD$19,800
  2020 Mecum : Glendale
 
1967 DODGE CHARGER
Sold for USD$15,000
  2019 Leake - OKC 2019
 
1967 Dodge Hemi Charger 'All Original Survivor' Fastback
Sold for USD$280,500
  2019 Russo & Steele : Scottsdale
 
1967 Dodge Charger
Sold for USD$23,100
  2018 Mecum : Las Vegas
 
1967 Dodge Charger
Sold for USD$24,000
  2018 GAA : November 2018
 
1967 Dodge Charger
Sold for USD$55,000
  2018 GAA : Jerry & June Smith Collection
 
1967 DODGE CHARGER CUSTOM COUPE
Chassis#: XP29G72152584
Sold for USD$121,000
  2017 Barrett-Jackson : Scottsdale
 
1967 Dodge Charger
Sold for USD$9,500
  2016 Mecum : Dallas
 
1967 Dodge Charger
Sold for USD$21,500
  2016 Mecum Portland
 
1967 Dodge Hemi Charger
Sold for USD$40,000
  2016 Mecum : Kissimmee
 
1967 Dodge Charger
Sold for USD$15,500
  2016 Mecum : Kissimmee
 
1967 Dodge Charger
Sold for USD$20,000
  2015 Mecum : Austin
 
1967 Dodge Hemi Charger Show Car
Sold for USD$62,000
  2015 Mecum : Kissimmee
 
1967 Dodge Charger 440-6
Sold for USD$45,100
  2014 Auctions America - Auburn Spring
 
1967 Dodge Charger
Chassis#: XP29H7
Sold for USD$10,018
  2014 Collector Car - Toronto Fall Classic
 
1967 Dodge Charger
Sold for USD$9,250
  2013 Leake Car Auctions - Tulsa Ok
 
1967 Dodge Hemi Charger 426/425 HP, Automatic
Sold for USD$8,500
  2013 Mecum - Dan Mecum's 26th Spring Classic
 
1967 Dodge Charger 383/335 HP, Automatic
Sold for USD$15,500
  2013 Mecum - Dan Mecum's 26th Spring Classic
 
1967 Dodge Charger 383 CI, Automatic
Sold for USD$24,000
  2013 Mecum - Dan Mecum's 26th Spring Classic
 
1967 Dodge Hemi Charger
Sold for USD$8,500
  2013 Mecum : Indianapolis
 

Vehicles That Failed To Sell

1967 Dodge Charger's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
VehicleChassisEventHigh BidEst. LowEst. High
1967 Dodge Charger Resto Mod 2020 Mecum : Glendale$250,000  
1967 DODGE CHARGER 2016 Leake Dallas Market Hall$14,500  
1967 Dodge Charger Fastback (LHD) 2016 Shannons Melbourne Autumn Classic   
1967 Dodge Charger 2015 Mecum : Austin$16,000  
1967 Dodge Charger 2015 Mecum : Austin$14,000  
1967 Dodge Charger 2014 Leake Auction : Tulsa$14,500  
1967 Dodge Charger 2014 Leake Auction : Tulsa$14,000  
1967 Dodge Charger 2012 Mecum Auctions Kansas City MO$11,500  
1967 Dodge Charger 2012 Mecum Auctions Kansas City MO$26,000  
1967 Dodge Charger 2011 Leake Car Auctions Oklahoma City, Ok   
1967 DODGE CHARGER FASTBACK 2010 Mecum Auction Kansas City, MO$7,200  
1967 Dodge Charger 2008 Mecum St. Charles, IL Auction   
1967 DODGE CHARGERXP29h723432052007 Palm Springs Exotic Car Auctions November 18, 2007$13,100  
1967 Dodge Charger Hard Top 2007 Toronto International Spring Classic Car Auction$26,500  
1967 Dodge Charger Two Door Hardtop 2007 The Florida Collector Car Auction$18,500  
1967 DODGE CHARGER 2006 Palm Springs Exotic Car Auctions February 2526$14,000  
1967 Dodge Charger 2D 2005 Michigan International Spring Classic Car Auction$9,250  
1967 Dodge Charger 2D 2004 Michigan International Fall Classic Car Auction$13,400  
1967 Dodge Charger 2003 Toronto International Spring Classic Car Auction$19,500  
1967 Dodge Charger Two Door Hardtop 2003 Toronto International Spring Classic Car Auction$13,750  
1967 DODGE CHARGER FASTBACK 2003 Kruse Auction Scottsdale, AZ$8,000  
1967 DODGE CHARGER CONVERTIBLE CLONE 2002 Kruse Auction Dallas, TX$23,000  
1967 DODGE CHARGER TWO DOOR 2002 Kruse Auction Tulsa, OK$10,000  
1967 DODGE CHARGER TWO DOOR HARDTOP 2002 Kruse Auction Oklahoma City, OK$38,000  

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