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#2428476 - 01/03/18 06:04 PM Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it?
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Is there a link to or can somebody post the Mopar color percentage breakdown page? I seem to recall it was 70 or 71 E body? Or just Dodge or Plymouth either way looking for the page.
I have a partial scan but looking for whatever is out there.

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#2428507 - 01/03/18 06:38 PM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: V194]
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#2428509 - 01/03/18 06:41 PM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: V194]
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#2428540 - 01/03/18 07:36 PM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: V194]
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Thanks,
I had a computer print of it but that info will do.

Does anybody know the attrition rate for these cars? Which to say how many were destroyed or out of service by now. I know its a percentage just looking to recall what the rate was.
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#2428553 - 01/03/18 07:58 PM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: V194]
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There is no way to know how many still exist in any condition on any given day.

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#2428564 - 01/03/18 08:10 PM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: V194]
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I'd bet less than 10% of these cars are left.
Solely based on all the E-bodies I picked through at junkyards in the 80s.

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#2428641 - 01/03/18 10:03 PM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: Alaskan_TA]
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Originally Posted By Alaskan_TA
There is no way to know how many still exist in any condition on any given day.


Absolutely I'm with you 100%!! Just a little math manipulation and one could get a guess. And a guess is all it would be.

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#2428661 - 01/03/18 10:39 PM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: V194]
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Well.....

Math is an absolute if the true numbers are known. No manipulation or WAGs.

If you want to see some bogus info, use WAG in an internet forum search engine sometime.

People often want 'absolute' answers when there are none.

Sadly, people still make stuff up though.

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#2428665 - 01/03/18 10:48 PM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: Alaskan_TA]
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Originally Posted By Alaskan_TA
Well.....

Math is an absolute if the true numbers are known. No manipulation or WAGs.

If you want to see some bogus info, use WAG in an internet forum search engine sometime.

People often want 'absolute' answers when there are none.

Sadly, people still make stuff up though.


LOL

Barry you know everyone has to proven that their car is one of one.

It's the most silly thing ever.

Also rare doesn't always equate to desirable

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#2428683 - 01/03/18 11:21 PM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: V194]
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I know.

'Show boards' are commonly known as 'lie boards'. If a car is cool just as it is it speaks for itself, no need for lies on paper, in ads or on show boards.

PB magazine had (or maybe still has?) a tradition, spot the 'bunny' logo on the cover.

Magazines often use the 'one of one' instead of a bunny, but it seems to be a tradition vs. a fact.

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#2428716 - 01/04/18 12:32 AM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: V194]
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#2428722 - 01/04/18 12:55 AM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: V194]
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Originally Posted By V194
Is there a link to or can somebody post the Mopar color percentage breakdown page?



1) On the color breakdown-option report(a factory document...

2) On the 'attrition', there used to be a service that provided a number of vehicles registered in your state, and nationwide...

What with the advent of homeland security, doubt it still exists...


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#2428741 - 01/04/18 02:41 AM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: V194]
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I find the bigger the motor the more chance the Vehicle survived to 2018 for 1971 E Bodies. I also find that the color percentages do not add up with the type of motor in the E Bodies. Example would be 2.0 percent of all 1971 Challengers were build in TX9, black, but the 1971 Hemi Challengers built in black, the percentage is much greater when there is a Hemi between the frame rails.
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#2429140 - 01/04/18 04:20 PM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: V194]
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Wait a minute, your telling me I don't have the only 70 sublime 318 Challenger that now has a 340 in it? Pretty sure the G VIN is a mistake, dealer installed the 340 engine, along with the 518 transmission......

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#2429150 - 01/04/18 04:59 PM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: V194]
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I must agree big motors, and good colors = high survival rate. Around here in the 70s there was 2 red, 1 black and 1 white hemi Cuda, 1 black and 1 purple hemi challenger. As far as 10% left maybe, but not hemi, 440-6 or wingcars. 65% of superbirds have at least been on a registry, daytonas are even higher. State registrations tell you nothing as many people have a dealers license, or just don't plate their cars. Lots of the good stuff still out there not for sale....yet.

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#2429163 - 01/04/18 05:38 PM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: V194]
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Or rebodies.........no money or acclaim in resurrection of a /6

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#2429223 - 01/04/18 08:02 PM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: V194]
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Is there a similar breakdown chart based on interior color?
Wondered how often TAN interior was seen in 1970 Challenger.

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#2429233 - 01/04/18 08:21 PM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: V194]
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'71 OR lists 'seat color'...

(At least in the 'G' series...

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#2429330 - 01/05/18 01:15 AM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: V194]
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Originally Posted By V194
Is there a similar breakdown chart based on interior color?
Wondered how often TAN interior was seen in 1970 Cuda.


For hardtops sold in the US, approx. 368 tan buckets. Another 184 were leather.

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#2429331 - 01/05/18 01:16 AM Re: Color percentage breakdown 70-71 chart Who has it? [Re: V194]
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I do not have the information on all 77 1971 Hemi Challengers built but here is some information or known information on these cars.

1971 Challenger


FC7==10==12.98 %-----10.0 % for all Challengers
TX9===8==10.38 %------2.0 % for all Challengers

Because of the 1971 Challenger Brouchure with a Purple car on the front I would expect a lot of people would of ordered FC7. TX9 I would also expect a lot of people would order this color being their personal preference with a Hemi, but Dealerships would not order this color with a Hemi. With 1971 Challengers Mr. Norms went down the list ordering colors one auto, one stick they sold almost half of the 14 Automatic 1971 Hemi Challengers built.

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