1967 Muscle Cars

 
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1967 Barracuda
With a complete redesign, the new Barracuda was even more like the rest of the emerging pony car market, as it was larger and featured more powerful options. Though the car still shared the same A-body wheelbase with the...
 
 
1967 Camaro
Chevrolet finally responded to the Mustang with the legendary Camaro in September 1966. The new Camaro was introduced as a 1967 model and by the end of the model year, 220,906 Camaros were produced. The 1967 Camaro was hugely...
 
 
1967 Charger
After just premiering the model the previous year, Dodge decided to do basically nothing to the Charger for 1967. The car already featured an impressive number of standard features that put the car somewhere in between a luxury model...
 
 
1967 Chevelle
Other than the introduction of the Camaro, which sold very well as it competed alongside other pony cars like the Ford Mustang, Chevrolet saw a sales slump in all other models. The Chevelle was no exception, with production dropping...
 
 
1967 Corvette
The final highlight refers to the engine option known as the L88, which used aluminum cylinder heads and 12.5 to 1 compression ratio to put out more performance than any of the other original Sting Ray Corvettes. Though officially...
 
 
1967 Cougar
After three years of the outrageous success of the Ford Mustang, the other car companies weren’t the only ones looking to get into the pony car game – even Ford designed a luxury pony car for its Mercury line....
 
 
1967 El Camino
For 1967, the El Camino continued its tradition of evolving slowly year after year, improving the car without making any substantial design or performance changes. With the car selling well every year since the second-generation models had been introduced...
 
 
1967 Firebird
While the Pontiac Firebird shares its F-body styling and other elements with its General Motors cousin the Chevy Camaro, the cars are by no means identical. Much of the sheet metal is shared, but that’s where most of the...
 
 
1967 GTO
Only a few cars in the automobile history have ever garnered so much popularity during their first generation as the Pontiac GTO. From a stunning start as an option for the Tempest in 1967 to an iconic end of...
 
 
1967 GTX
Plymouth had been in the performance game for years, though it typically came in the form of options buyers could add. The company even beat everyone to the punch and put out the first pony car, the Barracuda, about...
 
 
1967 Impala
Other than during years when new Impala generations were introduced, Chevy appeared to work with the modus operandi that the best way to improve the Impala was to make small changes to the car over a number of years....
 
 
1967 Mustang
1967’s Mustang redesign wasn’t drastic, but it did offer a sportier looking car just in time for a new slew of Mustang competitors to be introduced that year. Overall, the car was slightly larger than its previous incarnations at...
 
 
1967 Nova
After the restyled second-generation of the Chevy Nova was introduced the previous year, 1967 was very much a carryover year for the car. Other than the changes mentioned in the above highlights, the 1967 models were basically carbon copies...
 
 
1967 Olds 442
The big news for the 442 package in 1966 had been the aforementioned tri-carb setup on the package’s 440 CID V8 which increased maximum horsepower on the car. This marked the first time since the late 1950s that any...
 
 
 
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