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1967 Dodge Charger 440 Magnum Sports Coupe

Posted Oct 07, 2020 | Hits: 987
Make: Dodge
Model: Charger
Country: USA
Region: TX
City: Forth Worth
Zip: 76102
Body Style: Coupe
Year: 1967
Mileage: 96315 Miles
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel: Gasoline
Doors: 2
Color: Burgundy
Engine: 440 ci. Magnum V8
Condition: Used
This is a nicely restored 1967 Dodge Charger 440 Magnum 2-Door Hardtop Sports Coupe.
It came equipped with a 375 hp. 440 ci. Magnum RB high performance 4 bbl. engine, mated to an automatic transmission with floor shifter, and today shows just over 96,000 original miles.
It remains true to its original configuration with the exception of the owner choosing a color change at time of restoration, a shift kit for the transmission, and larger 15” wheels and tires.
This car is very clean and tidy top to bottom.
It is a very solid car which was treated to a professional quality restoration by a very reputable shop.
It is an absolute head turner where ever it rolls, and it shows very well.
Stamping at the front of the block confirms the 1967 440 ci. Magnum High Performance RB engine, which was rated at 375 hp. and 480 lb-ft. of torque.
The engine has been professionally rebuilt and is fueled by a single 4 bbl. carb.
The engine starts easily, is smooth running, and sounds very good with no unusual noises.
The engine compartment is extremely clean, tidy, and nicely detailed.
The 26” High Capacity Mopar radiator top tank is very nice and dent free.
All other components on and around the engine appear as original equipment, operate as required, and are nicely detailed.
Automatic transmissions and rebuilt a correct Chrysler 727 automatic transmission, added a shift kit, and then swapped out the tranny. It shifts as it should, but with a harder shift due to the kit.
I retained the original 727 transmission and it can go with the car.
The rear differential has a 3.23:1 gear ratio and is original to the car.
The undersides of the engine, tranny and rear end are amazingly dry and show no evidence of any notable leaks beyond the usual sweat drip.
The original undercarriage is absolutely solid, as are all body mounts, sub-frames, inner rockers, floor and trunk pans.
The chassis is overall very clean and detailed apart from minor road dust and dirt of its minimal miles since restoration. All appears as original equipment.
NOS Mopar or quality aftermarket parts were exclusively used in the restoration of all mechanical components and systems.
The car came equipped with Power Steering and Brakes, and both systems are in very good condition.
Aluminized Dual Exhaust System is in very good condition with nice Chrome Exhaust Tips.
A new gas tank and sending unit were installed, the gas gauge remains a bit erratic.
The tires are a matched set of BF Goodrich P255/60R15 Radial T/A’s with excellent tread remaining. They are mounted on new mag wheels sporting Magnum 500 3-spoked center caps.
There is no evidence of any prior body or collision damage anywhere on the car. No signs of body filler, rust issues, or paint blisters either.
All indications are that this is a very solid and honest car that has never been abused or suffered the ravages of winters and salt.
The white ‘sport’ interior is in great condition and very welcoming with its unique 4 bucket seat and dual console design. It has been fully refinished and appears fresh with original style materials and patterns.
All seat covers, carpets, door and interior panels, visors and headliner are very nice, and it has Charger scripted floor mats front and rear.
Original interior brightwork is in nice condition, and the brushed aluminum inserts on the doors and rear panels are very nice.
Door sill plates in very nice condition, as are the pedal pads which show no wear.
No cracks in the simulated woodgrain steering wheel.
Beautiful dash pad is excellent.
New main wiring harness is in excellent condition and all electrical items are in working order except the glove box light switch is not hooked up, apparently just a simple oversight.
The original AM Radio has been retrofitted to AM/FM with BlueTooth, that is the wire you see next to the console mounted clock which is in working condition.
Wipers in working order, but turning off should be timed to coincide with park position.

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