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1967 Dodge Charger 440 Magnum

Make: Dodge
Model: Charger
Type: Fastback
Trim: Deluxe
Year: 1967
Mileage: 89500
VIN: XP29F72131328
Color: Purple
Engine: Dodge 440 Magnum
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Conroe, Texas, United States

1967 Dodge Charger Deluxe Additional Info:

1967 Dodge Charger for sale. Second year of this body style, very like the 1966 but the console stops before the back seat to enable better passenger movement. This car is newly painted, new interior, and is in very good condition. Very close to show-room, but just slightly used and much loved.
It started life as a 318, but has a newly-rebuilt corrrect 440 Magnum engine with all the necessary upgrades. Runs and drives extremely well, with that 440 rumbling through a new exhausst system. Has won many local car shows, and it a real eye-catcher on the road. Honks and thumbs-ups accompany every drive.
Have owned for several years but have my eye on a later model Charger and something has to give. This car will not disappoint, I assure you. However, a caveat to the buyer, it is 53 years old, and thus has no warranty or guarantee of any kind (but you know that).
There is no rust on the car (or under) and all panels and floors are solid. I would trust it to drive anywhere. It never runs hot, nor has any misses or strange noises. The drivetrain is first class. Original dash and radio, dash with its Electro-Luminescent lights work as they should and the car never fails to garner attention. Rear selt folds to allow immense interior room and you can use it like a little station wagon, if you like (never have). Full size spare and jack, and beautiful trunk as the picture shows.
I will help with your shipper; you can leave the car here after full payment for 30 days with no additional charges and it will be kept undercover, as it has been throughout my ownership. It's just a magnificent and very rare car.
Please no funny cashier's checks or other spoofs. Wire transfer is preferred and a non-returnable deposit required at close of auction to assure performance of the buyer.