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The '67 was the first Dart with the modern body style that's so easily recognizable as a Dart; the early-60s Darts, IMHO, were bland and did not stand out from the crowd. All that changed with the cool new styling of the 67.

The 67 is easily identifiable: it was the only model year that used the simple one-piece taillight design, and it had the oblong marker lights that wrapped around the curve in the front grille.


1967 Dodge Dart At A Glance

Body Styles/Trim Lines
Dart GT
Dart 270
Dart
Engines/Transmissions
  • 170 Slant-6
  • 225 Slant-6
  • 273 V8 (2- or 4-barrel)

  • 3-speed manual (column)
  • 4-speed manual (floor) V8 only
  • 3-speed automatic
  • 170 Slant-6
  • 225 Slant-6
  • 273 V8 (2- or 4-barrel)

  • 3-speed manual (column)
  • 4-speed manual (floor) V8 only
  • 3-speed automatic
  • 170 Slant-6
  • 225 Slant-6
  • 273 V8 (2- or 4-barrel)

  • 3-speed manual (column)
  • 4-speed manual (floor) V8 only
  • 3-speed automatic
Options
  • 2-door or convertible; no 4-door
  • Dart Rallye option package includes front discs, heavy-duty rear springs, heavy-duty torsion bars, antisway bar, 70-series tires
  • Rallye suspension pacakge includes heavy-duty torsion bars, heavy-duty ball joints, heavy-duty rear springs & antisway bar
  • 2-door or 4-door; no convertible
  • Mid-range trim level
  • Limited options
  • 2-door or 4-door; no convertible
  • Economy trim level
  • Oddly, both 2-door and 4-door are called sedans in Chrysler sales literature
Dartography: How To Spot 'Em
The only year that a simple 1-piece taillight was used
The fins on the grille are vertical; the marker lights are oblong.
Safety Equipment
Lapbelts only; 1st-generation collapsible steering column.
What Changed Since Previous Year
New cool Dart styling. Dart wagons are gone forever.


Here's the 67's interior. Below is a close-up of the 67's instrument panel; this car does not have it's original steering wheel.
Darts (and most Chryslers) always featured full instrumentation at no extra cost, which was a nice touch.

Note that the 67 pre-dates the days of integrated ignition locks; the ignition switch is on the dash instead of the steering column.


Here are pages from the original sales brochure from Chrysler, showing the body styles available:

According to sales brochures, here were the options available:
Drivetrain
  • 225 slant-six, 273 V8 with either 2- or 4-barrel carb
  • A 3-speed manual trans. was standard, with optional 4-speed manual or 3-speed Torqueflite auto.
  • The 4-speed was not available with the slant six
Here's another page from the original sales brochure outlining options:
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