The 1967 Ranchero, based on the post-'66 Falcon/Fairlane chassis, used the basic 1966 Ranchero body with Fairlane trim, front sheetmetal, and interior treatments instead of Falcon.
This was a well-received and unique one-year vehicle, with clean, straight lines, dual stacked headlights, and plenty of power; engine options started with a 200 CID (3.3 L) straight-6 and went up to a 390 CID (6.5 L) FE-series big-block V8 giving 315 hp (235 kW). 1967 also saw the largest expansion of trim levels since the vehicle's introduction ten years prior. Supplmenting the base model were the new Ranchero 500, 500/XL and GT. The GT-A Ford's label for '66 and '67 automatic transmission-equipped GT's given to both the Fairlane and Mustang, did not apply to the Ranchero. But like other models of that era, you could order the Ranchero with any number of features/options.