The Dodge Coronet line received a mild face lift for 1967. Changes included a new front grill and new tail lights. Simulated air vents were also added to sides of the Coronet 440 and Coronet 500 models. Coronet 500 models also included a black accent stripe along bottom of the car.
A new dual purpose Coronet model was also offered. The “Coronet R/T” which stands for Road/Track differed from other Coronets. The Coronet R/T was offered in both hardtop and convertible form. The R/T featured a unique grill and nonfunctional air scoops on the hood. R/T Badges were added to the front grill, sides behind the simulated air vents and to the rear. Inside featured bucket seats and console as standard equipment. Also standard on the Coronet R/T was a new 440 cid v-8 engine with a four barrel Carter AFB carb. The 440magnum engine was rated at 375 bhp. The legendary 426 HEMI was a $ 457.00 option.
A 727 TorqueFlite automatic was standard with a four-speed manual optional. Also standard on the Coronet R/T was 7.75×14 red line tires, heavy-duty shocks, heavy-duty torsion bars, heavy-duty leafsprings, heavy-duty brakes and a heavy-duty front sway bar.
The 1967 Coronet R/T 2 door hardtop was priced at $3,199 and the R/T convertible at $3,438.
440magnum V8 – Horsepower: 375bhp@4600rpm Torque: 480lb-ft@3200rpm
426 HEMI V8 – Horsepower: 425bhp@5000rpm Torque: 490lb-ft@4000rpm
Dodge Coronet R/T “440magnum”: 0-60 in 7 seconds, 1/4 mile in 15.4 seconds.
Dodge Coronet R/T “426 HEMI”: 0-60 in 6.1 seconds, 1/4 mile in 14.5 seconds.
1967 Dodge Coronet T/T Production: 10,181. Hemi: 238
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