1967 Dodge Dart Apparel and Accessories by Legend Lines
The Dart was substantially redesigned for the 1967 model year. In addition to new styling, the cars received revised steering systems, wider front track and frame rail spacing, and capable of accepting larger engines. Dodge claimed that the Dart had turned into a sporty machine for the new model year, with the available V8 engines and the selection of 12 body styles (6 of those could be fitted with the V8 engine). The only body styles were the 2- and 4-door sedans, the hardtop, and the convertible. The GT version carried on unchanged for the most part. In late 1967, the GTS model debuted but was built in limited quantities due to its lateness in the model year. The GT was the top trim level and had special GT emblems on the roof 'C' pillar and chrome rocker panel trim. Pricing began at $2,500 for the hardtop coupe and $2,730 for the convertible.. The 1967 redesign removed all traces of the older Virgil Exner styling that proved less popular by the early 1960s. The newer body was trimmer and proved extremely popular, causing sales of the Dart to surpass compacts from Ford and GM.