May be a fresh coat of cream would be good.It's cream right now with a saddle-tan interior. I like the color but I think it could use a bit more yellow. I was thinking along the lines of the pale yellow used on 1965 Corvettes. We have a red '97 Camaro and a BumbleBee yellow '81 Camaro, a Hemi Orange '71 Charger, a silver '69 Charger a black Pontiac '73 Grand Am, and a multi-colored '70 Lemans drag car. A white '91 Ford Pickup. Purple is out because that's K-State's color and I'm KU. I"m running out of colors. With the Corvette color, I may not have to do jambs and the engine bay. Whadda think?
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Speaking from personal experience, having sold six second generation GTXs over the years, colors make a huge difference in resale. Some folks like green, but the market doesn't. Many folks on this site don't care for red, but the market likes it (see the auction results for my last red '69 for verification, 81K bid on a 440 car.) On a 1970, the high impact colors add value. I like the cream, but I agree it is probably not the best choice for resale.A major concern I have is resale. I'm not saying I'm going to flip it right away but I will sell it at some point. In the February 2023 Muscle Machines magazine there was a cream-colored 1970 Super Bee in the auction results section. It was an awesome car but it sold for 20% off the average. The writers thought the color had a lot to do with the lower result.