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Charger changes its personality to suit your moods

1966

1967

 

 

1966 dash

1967 dash

We give you four stitched, padded vinyl bucket seats and carpeting all the way from the brake pedal to the stoplight. Even the simulated wood-grain steering wheel and the console (with a light inside the compartment) are standard equipment on every Charger.

Reading from left to right: gauge for amps/gas, speedometer, tach, temp/oil pressure gauge. That's right; the tach is right up front where the driver can see it.

(1966 and 1967 steering wheels are generally different.  1966 had a "simulated wood grain" with a brown center dome.  1967 has a Coronet wheel, chrome and plastic insert center dome. 1966 and 1967 radios are different.  There were many other styles available, including the "padded" style, shown in the 1967 catalog above.)

 

 

Charger II dash
1964 Charger II.

Here are some
interesting comparisons.

1966 Coronet dash
1966 Coronet 500.

1967 Coronet dash
1967 Coronet

 

 

1966 seats and console

1967 seats and console

Rest easy, men. Ladies, too. Take your positions in front seats. You can have 'em two ways: 1. with a pull-down armrest, for 2- or 3-abreast seating, 2. a pair of bucket seats with center console. Either way, you get foam-padded comfort and rich, vinyl upholstery.

(1966 and 1967 seats are different.  1966 has vertical and horizontal stitching. 67 has vertical stitching, and a horizontal "emblem".  1967 has the optional center armrest and seat cushion, commonly called the "mother in law's" seat.)

 

 

Here are some interesting comparisons.

1966 Coronet seats and console
1966 Coronet.

1967 Coronet seats and console
1967 Coronet 500.

 

 

1966 cargo space

1967 cargo space

If you think a flip of the wrist can produce 4 x 7 1/2 ft. of cargo space, you're right! Why spoil Charger's profile with a roof rack? You don't have to. Just fold down rear seatbacks and armrest and drop the hinged trunk panel. Presto. The best-looking sports wagon that ever hit the road.

(There is also two two-tone interiors available -- black/white and black/citron.)

 

 

Charger II rear
1964 Charger II.

Here is an
interesting comparison.

 

 

1966 rear seats

1967 rear seats

Most cars can live only one life. Charger changes its personality to suit your moods. It's a swinging sports model, but family-sized. Charger carries four in stride and hauls wagon-sized loads with the rear seats folded. Here's luxury that really works.

(1966 and 1967 rear consoles are different.  1966 is full length from front all the way to the rear seat.  1967 has "easy ingress and egress" and no console, but it does have an ashtray and lighter in the center.)

The pictures and most of the text here is taken from several sources, including the 1966 and 1967 Charger and Dodge (full-line) sales catalogs and dealer data books.
It is not meant to be a complete reference.

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