1967 Dodge Coronet R/T 440 Magnum Convertible

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The 1967 Dodge Coronet embraced Charger styling cues which consists of a new one-piece grille but as a whole, the basic profile was not changed.

The 361-c.i. V-8 was dropped that year and a 440-c.i. Magnum V-8 was added. Most notably, Dodge debuted its R/T line on the Coronet, which stood for “Road and Track.” This sporty trim was available with either a 365- or 375-hp 440-c.i. V-8, or a Hemi engine, and included a heavy-duty transmission and unique air intake. In all, approximately 340 Hemi Coronets were ordered in 1967.

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