The 1967 Dodge Charger is the epitome of American muscle cars. It introduced the 440 Magnum engine, which became a standard feature in many high-performance cars produced in the U.S. Aimed at sports car enthusiasts, the 1967 Dodge Charger even made its way onto NASCAR race tracks. The top engine option was still the 426 Hemi, which had 425hp. But, the full engine line-up included the base 318 with 230hp, the 383 with 325hp and the 440 with 375hp. The 1967 Charger is also much rarer than the 1966 model, since only 15,788 were built.