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1967 Dodge Charger Charger Fastback

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Manufacturer: Dodge
Model: Charger
Year: 1967
Type: Coupe
Color: red
Mileage: 67,337
Engine: 383 V8
Transmission: Automatic
Trim: Charger Fastback
Interior Color: black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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1967 Dodge Charger Charger Fastback for sale

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1967 Dodge Charger Fastback

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1967 Dodge Charger Fastback Description

1967 Dodge Charger Fastback

Viper Red exterior and original black bucket seat interior 383 CID V-8 engine with Edelbrock air cleaner. dual-plane intake and 750 CFM four-barrel carburetor. Hedman headers. Comp Cams Extreme Energy camshaft. 2. 5″ exhaust. Flowmaster 40 Series Mufflers and Mopar Performance electronic ignition Torqueflite 727 three-speed automatic transmission with Mopar performance torque converter and B&M shift kit New dash pad installed Headlight door and wiper motors rebuilt recently Electro-luminescent gauges have been professionally restored and installed ($2. 00 receipt)

Looking for a 1960s Mopar car to lead your own Dodge Rebellion? MotoeXotica Classic Cars is proud to present this 1967 Dodge Charger Fastback.

This Charger was professionally painted Viper Red in 2013. There's a blemish on the passenger door but overall. the paint is still in very good condition. There's a chip in the windshield but overall. its glass panels are in good order and the vehicle's lights are in good shape but the wide taillights show some patina. The chrome bumpers are in decent. original condition with some blemishes. Car rides on BFG Radial T/A tires. size 215/70R14 surrounding factory steel wheels with factory hubcaps. The body panels are straight and in good order. the engine bay is tidy and the battery looks new. Trunk area looks tidy. too.

In that bay is a Mopar 383 CID V-8 engine with an Edelbrock air cleaner. Performer RPM Dual-plane intake manifold. and 750 CFM four-barrel carburetor. Hedman headers. a Competition Cams Extreme Energy Camshaft. 2. 5-inch exhaust. Flowmaster 40 Series Mufflers and Mopar Performance electronic ignition. Backing up the engine is a Torqueflite 727 three-speed automatic transmission with a Mopar Performance torque converter and a B&M shift kit. The motors for headlight doors and the windshield wipers have been rebuilt (October 2013).

Inside. the original black vinyl interior looks good. The front bucket and the rear folding bucket seats are in good shape. as does the matching carpet. headliner. three-spoke steering wheel. door panels. center console and shifter. The dashboard has a new pad and insulation (April 2011) and the car's electro-luminescent gauges have been professionally restored and installed (August 2011) but the fuel. oil pressure and temperature gauges are inoperable. A RetroSound AM/FM stereo completes the interior.

The 1967 model year Charger received minor changes. Outside. new fender-mounted turn signals were introduced and this would serve as the main external identifier between a 1966 and 1967 Charger. A vinyl roof became available. Inside. the full length console was eliminated to satisfy customer complaints about the difficulty for entry and exit from the back seats. It was replaced with a regular sized console. Bucket seats were standard. but a folding armrest/seat and column shifter was an option allowing three people to sit up front.

The 440 “Magnum” was added and the 361 CID V-8 was replaced by a 383 CID engine. The 440 was rated at 375 horsepower with a single four-barrel carburetor. The 318 two-barrel “LA” Chrysler engine was now the base engine with wedge-shaped combustion chambers. unlike the previous 1966 polyspherical (or “poly”) design. it was rated at 230 horsepower. The 383 4-barrel rated at 325 horsepower and the 426 Street Hemi rated at 425 horsepower remained as options. A mere 27 Chargers were built with the 426 engine.

Sales of the 1967 Chargers dropped to half of the previous introductory half-year with a total of 15. 88 units. According to automotive historian Patrick Foster. both the AMC Marlin and the very similar looking first generation Dodge Charger “flopped on the market as sporty car buyers were showing their preference for compact pony cars. ”

During the early-1960s. automakers were exploring new ideas in the personal luxury and specialty car segments. Chrysler. fast to enter the specialty car market. selected their Dodge Division to enter the marketplace with a bigger model to fit between the “pony car” Ford Mustang and the “personal luxury” Ford Thunderbird. The intention was to use the B-body for a sporty car with fastback look while sharing as much of their existing hardware as possible.

The fastback Charger was introduced in mid-season of the 1966 model year “in retaliation to the AMC Marlin. Ford Mustang. and Plymouth Barracuda”. but even though based on the existing Coronet. “it was style-wise a complete departure from the Dodge's mainstream cars. ” The 1965 Rambler Marlin. along with the Dodge Charger that arrived during the 1966 model year. were “the two cars set the standard for radical fastback design in American mid-size automobiles. ” According to automotive historian and author. Richard M. Langworth. “because it was an intermediate like the Rambler Marlin. the Charger could have been an aesthetic disaster. but long side windows prevented its sweeping roof from looking too heavy. ”

Burt Bouwkamp. Chief Engineer for Dodge during the 1960s and one of the men behind the Dodge Charger. related his experience during a speech in July 2004.

Lynn Townsend was at odds with the Dodge Dealers and wanted to do something to please them. So in 1965 he asked me to come to his office – for the second time. He noted that one of the Dodge Dealer Council requests was for a Barracuda type vehicle. The overall dealer product recommendation theme was the same – we want what Plymouth has. The specific request for a Mustang type vehicle was not as controversial to Lynn. His direction to me was to give them a specialty car but he said ‘for God's sake don't make it a derivative of the Barracuda': i. e. don't make it a Barracuda competitor.

So the 1966 Charger was born.

“We built a Charger ‘idea' car which we displayed at auto shows in 1965 to stimulate market interest in the concept. It was the approved design but we told the press and auto show attendees that it was just an “idea” and that we would build it if they liked it. It was pre-ordained that they would like it. ”

Competition to this car in 1967 included AMC's Javelin. Chevrolet's Camaro. Ford's Mustang. Plymouth's Barracuda and Pontiac's Firebird.

This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis. Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 67. 37 miles. It is sold as is. where is. on a clean and clear. mileage exempt. Texas title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!

VIN: XP29G72175982

Note: Please see full terms and conditions listed below that pertain to the purchase of any said vehicle. thank you.

Specifications Asking Price: Miles: 67. 37 VIN: XP29G72175982 Year: 1967 Make: Dodge Model: Charger Title: Clear Warranty: No Condition: Used Options: Engine: V8 Transmission: Automatic Body: Coupe Doors: 2 Doors Stock Number: 160929 Lot Number: Exterior: Red Interior: Black Video

Terms & Condtions

ALL SALES ARE FINAL WITH CAR BEING SOLD WHERE/IS. AS/IS. ! TO BID YOU MUST BE OVER 18 and pay with a money order. cashier's check or wire transfer. Please do not bid without the intent to finalize this transaction. Sorry. NO bid retractions allowed. ask questions BEFORE you bid. Your bid is a binding contract.

EBay is an advertising tool and many of our vehicles sell before the auction ends. Call us today at 636-600-4600 to make this vehicle yours! Seller reserves the right to end auction early. We ask for a nominal $500. 00 refundable deposit. This is unique to our industry!

Motoexotica Classic Cars has been a part of eBay Motors since 1999 and has maintained a great reputation and 100% positive feedback. We would like to keep it that way for future customers! The Vehicle is being sold by a Licensed State of Missouri Dealer (Motoexotica Classic Cars. LLC). You will need to check with your local government for any special rules regarding these older vehicles passing any inspections. We will not be held liable for any vehicle not passing inspection.

The vehicle is offered with a right to a personal inspection by any bidder or agent. If you or an agent upon completion of a scheduled inspection at our St. Louis location finds the car not to your liking. we will refund your deposit with no questions asked. Feedback MUST be left before the vehicle is released to the buyer/agent/shipper. If you are the high bidder and unable to inspect said vehicle before auction close. you or an agent will have seven (7) days to inspect said vehicle after the close of auction. I encourage a physical inspection strongly to avoid any misunderstandings or representations.

All disputes arising out of or resulting from this sale shall be finally determined by binding arbitration in St. Louis. Missouri in accordance with the commercial rules of arbitration of the American Arbitration Association. The arbitration shall be carried out by one or more arbitrators in accordance with said rules. Any award shall be enforceable in any court of competent jurisdiction in the same manner as judgments. This agreement to arbitrate shall survive the sale of the automobile described herein. Buyer and Seller hereby agree that Missouri law shall control for all purposes under this Bill of Sale. Buyer and Seller hereby consent to the personal jurisdiction of the state and federal courts of Missouri to specifically enforce the agreement to arbitrate and to enter judgment of and enforce the award of the arbitrator. All above terms and conditions are applied to vehicle sales. whether through EBay or otherwise.

Payment Terms

Payment must be made by Cashiers Check. Money Orders or Wire Transfers payable in US Dollars. A Refundable deposit in the amount of $500. 00 must be received within Twenty-Four (24) hours of the auctions close either by Master Card. Visa. Discover or PayPal (Credit Cards or PayPal for deposit only NOT for full payment). Purchaser cannot make any claims of ownership to said vehicle without payment in full. The buyer has seven (7) days from close of auction to inspect the vehicle. If an inspection or decision takes longer than seven days and you find the vehicle not to your liking. your deposit will be forfeited and the car will be relisted. Final payment must be received within ten (10) days of the auction close. The refundable deposit only applies if you or an agent inspect said vehicle in St. Louis and find it not to your liking. Documentation Fee: There will be a $195. 00 fee added to each car sold. This includes title transfer. inventory tax. holding costs. vehicle preparation. storage and priority documentation delivery.

We will not be responsible for buyer's remorse or problems found to said vehicle once they have left our property. We are just being realistic; most of the cars we deal in are vintage and by their very nature will need TLC and some degree of attention sooner or later. These are not new cars and your expectation should not be of a perfect. new car. Once full payment has been received. Seller will email or fax a copy of clear title. Bill of Sale. Buyers Guide and additional DMV forms to the Buyer to sign and return via email or fax. The fully-executed forms must be returned to the Seller prior to the shipment of said vehicle. Original paperwork will be sent to Buyer via USPS Priority Mail within ten (10) days from date of final payment.

Transportation

For a quote on shipping anywhere in the world. please feel free to email us at sales@Motoexotica. com or call 636-600-4600. We will give you an estimated cost for open and enclosed transport or overseas. We are happy to accommodate our international buyers! Over the last several decades we have exported thousands of cars to Norway. Germany. Estonia. Puerto Rico. Hawaii. Alaska. Costa Rica. Brazil. British Columbia. Canada and many other locations around the world. Overseas shipments will be placed into a steel container for safe sea passage or optional roll-on/roll-off (RoRo). We take care of all the details and paperwork. All you have to do is collect the car at your nearest port and enjoy! Please note that we are not a transport company and only offer this service as a convenience to our customers. You are more than welcome to arrange your own shipping. Transportation will commence only after final payment and signed documentation are received.

Financing

We offer financing through many of the best lenders in the industry. They are currently offering very attractive rates for all collector and special interest automobiles. With loan amounts from $10. 00 to $500. 00. and flexible terms of up to 12 years. you can finance the car of your dreams. Call us at 636-600-4600 for additional details.

Warranty

ALL SALES ARE FINAL WITH CAR BEING SOLD WHERE IS. AS IS! The vehicle is offered with a right to a personal inspection by any bidder or agent of any bidder. The vehicle is available for inspection prior to bidding. If you are the high bidder and unable to inspect said vehicle before auction close. you or an agent will have (7) days to inspect said vehicle after the close of auction. I encourage a physical inspection strongly to avoid any misunderstandings or representations. All used vehicles should be assumed to have some degree of wear. No vehicle is perfect to everyone. Each vehicle has its strengths. styles. tendencies and shortcomings. Therefore. despite our best efforts to verify a vehicle's mechanical condition. we are not able to warranty a manufacturer's workmanship or previous owner's diligence in care. It is for this reason that all vehicles are sold ”WHERE/IS. AS/IS”. We have described the above mentioned vehicle to the best of our ability. However. with all classic and exotic vehicles. the condition is subjective. Please be advised that no oral or written statements concerning any vehicle constitutes a representation or warranty of the condition of the said vehicle.

INDUSTRY UNIQUE RETURN POLICY: If for any reason you receive your vehicle and have buyer's remorse. are not happy with the vehicle or just don't want it for any reason we will purchase the car back from you. We must be notified in writing of your decision to return the vehicle within seven (7) days of your receipt of said vehicle. The vehicle may not have more than 75 additional miles on the odometer from the time it left our possession and be returned in the same condition that it left. You WILL be responsible for a restocking fee that will equal 20% of the purchase price of the vehicle. no exceptions. You will also be responsible for shipping the vehicle back to our shop at your expense.

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