1970 Color/production facts and book

I am looking for information regarding the 1970 Vette...... Specifically I am looking for production numbers or certain colors (exterior and interior).

Specifically I am looking at a DoneyBrooke green coupe that has green interior.... Is this a rare combination?

More importantly, I am looking for a book that would contain this information for 1970.

Dan

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by: Corvette-web-central.com

Unfortunately the information that you are looking for is limited. Chevrolet external color quantities are not readily available from GM for 1970 model years. But the statistics based on almost a thousand cars and the Donnybrooke Green paint code 982 show that it has the highest production numbers with 19.4%. Their maybe options on your car that are more rare. GM did not keep good records on some years of paint and interior options. A book that contains this kind of information is called Corvette Black Book. It has all years up to 2009 and it's revised every year with a list of production quantities for colors and RPO options.



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