Only the 1966 Chargers came with the long console that extended to rear seat. It was a 2-piece affair that bolted together in the middle. In 1967, the console changed to the one piece design commonly seen in Coronet 500 or R/T. I know that the console was standard equipment on a 1966 Coronet 500, but became an option for 1967. I suspect this may have been the case for the Charger as well. I have seen 1967 Charger's with a "Buddy" seat instead of console, but don't think I have seen one with nothing. Did all 1967 Charger's with automatic come with a console, or could you get column shift like on Coronet 500 and R/T ? There is a 1966 Charger in my London, Ontario area that has standard equipment 318 Poly with 3-speed manual on column. It has the standard equipment full length console with a decorative top plate with no shifter. I also once saw a 1966 Coronet 500 in a local junkyard equipped the same way. In hindsight, I wish I had saved the console it of it.