The 1967 Charger remained mostly the same because of good sales the previous year. Production slowed little this year, but was boosted again in ’68 with the introduction of the second generation.
The 1967 Charger remained mostly the same because of good sales the previous year. Production slowed little this year, but was boosted again in ’68 with the introduction of the second generation. The 440 Magnum was introduced this year offering 375 hp. The only visual change to the Charger was fender-mounted turn signals, and a vinyl roof was now optional. Aimed for drivers who wanted a sporty ride with luxurious creature comforts, the Charger also found its way to the NASCAR track.
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