For 1967 Rambler added two inches to the wheel base and overall length of all models. The SST class added a convertible that that included a hardtop (shown), every model in the ST class had High-back Bucket seats as standard.
The Rogue (as shown) was the top of the line for Rambler, offered for the the first time as a convertible in 1967, replacing the 440 convertible, additionally starting that year the whole American range had 145 HP six as an option. Visually the grille and tail-lights were restyled.
The 1076 Tempest GTO grille had a aluminum wire-mesh texture; others in the Tempest line had vertical ribs. In 67 Tempest added the 4-door station wagon with wood-grain panels.
The 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix line includes 350hp convertible. The Headlights were hidden behind doors in the grill, turn signals were set in slots, and wipers were recessed. Standard safety features were dual brakes.
The 1967 Plymouth Belvedere GTX was offered as a two door Hardtop (shown) and a convertible. Belvedere also offered a 2 seat economy wagon, two door fast top were included in the Fury line. The GTX came with a Hemi or 440 V-8.