The Oldsmobile 98 (shown) had a shortened deck for 67, but a longer hood. Supplied with a 425-in Mill as standard, The new medium priced Delmont 88 was offered as a sedan, hardtop, hardtop coupe, or a rag-top replacing the earlier Dynamic 88, and the Jetstar 88 was not offered in 67.
Mustang was longer and wider for 1967 with a new roof, the 2+2 was the height of style for the time. The new mill for 1967 was 335-hp V-8 and a new transmission that permitted drivers to shift automatically or manually. This was an early appearance of cruise control.
Three new models including the Marquis were on the Mercury roster for 67. Raised center on the hood suggested Lincoln styling. Standard on the Montclair (shown) was 290-in 2 barrel V-8 putting out 275hp.
Fastback changes out with new fender mounted turn signals, for 1967 the interior was redesigned and the Magnum 357-hp V-8.
Options include a short console or mother-in-law seat with a pull down armrest.
In 1967 the Corvette Sportster came with new front fenders, new wheel trim rings, hubcaps a new wide back-up light centered at rear-end panel. Triple 2-barrel versions of 427-cubic inch V-8 was offered.