1967 Dodge Coronet Hemi R/T

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Mileage77,442 Miles
Engine426 cu-in Hemi V8


The Coronet nameplate was reintroduced by Dodge in 1965 after a six-year absence as a mid-sized line with a clean, slab-sided appearance. Available with a number of body style and powertrain choices, the Coronet could be had as a two-door sedan, hardtop, convertible, four-door sedan, or station wagon with power ranging from the slant-six engine’s 145-horsepower to a ferocious 425-horsepower from the 426 cu-in Hemi V8. In 1966, Dodge restyled the Coronet to complement its Charger fastback with a shorter and wider profile, following it up in 1967 with more Charger styling cues including a new single-piece grille. The Coronet R/T line was also introduced in 1967, standing for "Road and Track." This sporty trim was available as a two-door hardtop or convertible and featured Chrysler's largest engine, the 440 cu-in V8, or for an additional $908, the 426 cu-in Hemi now in its second year in “Street” trim – equipped with dual four-barrel carburetors and hydraulic lifters. With approximately 340 Hemi Coronets ordered in 1967, this is a rarely-seen alternative to the Charger which played an important role in establishing Dodge as a major player in the 1960s muscle segment.

This car is part of the Retro Motors Collection, which comprises over 30 cars largely from the 1950s through today, with a focus on American muscle and high-powered European sports cars. View the full collection here.


  • First model year of the Coronet R/T trim, which included a unique air intake and Mopar’s heavy-duty, three-speed TorqueFlite automatic transmission

  • Powered by a 426 cu-in Hemi V8 engine producing 425-horsepower 

  • Finished in Dark Turquoise (13214) with a black vinyl interior 

  • Rides on thin redline tires mounted on Magnum 500 wheels

  • AACA Senior Award winner in 2001, Senior Grand National Award winner in 2002

  • Oil and filter changed at 77,427 miles in February 2023 

  • Displaying 77,442 miles on the odometer at the time of listing


  • Chrome front and rear bumpers

  • Hood louvers 

  • AACA grille badges 

  • “R/T” badging

  • Vent windows 

  • Floor-mounted shifter

  • Center console-mounted tachometer 

  • Bucket seats

  • “HEMI R/T” embroidered carpets 

  • Power steering

  • Power-assisted brakes

  • Three-spoke steering wheel 

  • Push-button AM radio

  • Dual exhaust outlets 

Known Imperfections

  • Radio is inoperative

  • The paint chip to the right of the passenger side tail light 


  • Three keys 

  • Car cover

  • Spare bulbs 

  • Plymouth Belvedere-GTX wiring map

Ownership History 

The Dodge was purchased by the consignor in 2020.

Additional Notes A Broad Arrow Group Car Specialist is working as an agent on behalf of the owner for this vehicle. Contact: Alexander Keck Phone: 402.617.9770 E-mail:

Optional vehicle service contract available for $1,000. Learn more about the program here.


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