Originally Posted by Mike Terry
In 1967 only 815 were painted BLK. Not sure about interiors. I know that there are not that many Tan/Tan 1963 combo's but there are no numbers that I can find to tell us how many for sure. People say that now Green is not a good color but in 1967 it was the number one color. So go figure.
I find it interesting that the 67 black price bump really only works for the big block cars with the contrasting hood stinger color. The small blocks really don't see that much price differentiation.
As for the 67 Big blocks, I'd say that the blacks (if original) are clearly the most valuable (with maybe the blue stinger the highest of all, then red, then white), then the reds, then silver, then the blues (all of them approximately the same value), then maroon and white (about equal), then yellow, and finally green. The difference in value can run as much as $125,000 just for color from what I've seen (for the 435HP engine option).