Join Date: Jan 2000
Location: Whitehouse, Texas, USA
Just want to inject some thought here on this one. I think the Chevy plants were a little more flexable on color combinations back in the late 60's. These factory color/stripe/interior combination rules are more like 99.9% correct. As an example, back in 1982 I bought a 69 ss/rs from a guy in AR.
It had all the original paperwork, (window sticker, POP, etc.). It was a very rare car, and loaded with options like light monitor, liquid traction, speed warning, blue dot stereo, rear defroster, block heater, and other stuff. And get this, the car was ordered garnet red with white hockey stripes, white vinyl top, and BLUE custom interior, and all this was on the origional sticker. Some other people I told about this car years later said NO WAY, but it was there. I wish I would have taken and saved pictures of all this origional stuff. I didn't realize it at the time, but it might have been a COPO built car. I remember the POP said the origional owner was Francis something, St Louis MO. I owned the car for about a year, then sold it, and don't know where it ended up. So, thats my story, and I guess my theory is "never say never".