1967 Dodge Coronet Hemi R/T Walk Around and Driving Video
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
AACA grille badges
Center console-mounted tachometer
“HEMI R/T” embroidered carpets
Three-spoke steering wheel
Push-button AM radio
Dual exhaust outlets
Radio is inoperative
The paint chip to the right of the passenger side tail light
Plymouth Belvedere-GTX wiring map
The Dodge was purchased by the consignor in 2020.
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