The 16 known 1971 SP-454 Sprints :

Note: Most of these cars have been described to me. In most cases I have seen pictures of the car and/or documentation, but I have not inspected the actual vehicle in person. The only two that I have personally inspected are the Antique Green Baltimore car, and the Nevada Silver Los Angeles car. If the "Documented" column is marked with a "Yes", then I am virtually certain that the car is genuine. If there is no documentation, then to the best of my knowledge, I have determined the car to be genuine based upon the available information - but I am not 100% certain in these cases. Anything flagged with a "?" is uncertain.

Assembly
Plant
Paint
Color
Stripes Vinyl
Top
Interior Transmission Cowl
Induction
Documented Original
Engine
Baltimore Antique
Green
White ? Black Jade Green
buckets
TH-400
auto
Yes No Yes
Baltimore Classic
Copper
White White Dark Saddle
bench
TH-400
auto
Yes Yes Yes
Baltimore Sandalwood none Dark Saddle Dark Saddle
bench
TH-400
auto
No Yes Yes
Kansas
City
Burnt
Orange
Black none Dark Saddle
bench
M22
manual
Yes Yes Yes
Kansas
City
Tuxedo
Black
White none Black
buckets
M22
manual
Yes No Yes
Kansas
City
Tuxedo
Black
none ? Jade Green
bench
TH-400
auto
No Yes No
Kansas
City
Mulsanne
Blue
White White Sandalwood
bench
TH-400
auto
Yes Yes Yes
Kansas
City
Nevada
Silver
? Black Black
bench
TH-400
auto
Yes No Yes
Kansas
City
Cranberry
Red
White ? White Sandalwood
bench
TH-400
auto
Yes ? No Yes ?
Kansas
City
Lime
Green
? White Jade Green
buckets
TH-400
auto
Yes ? Yes Yes
Los
Angeles
Tuxedo
Black
White Black Black
buckets
TH-400
auto
Yes Yes Yes
Los
Angeles
Tuxedo
Black
White White Black
buckets
M22
manual
Yes Yes ?
Los
Angeles
Placer
Gold
White ? White Sandalwood
buckets
M22
manual
Yes Yes No
Los
Angeles
Lime
Green
White White ? Sandalwood
bench
TH-400
auto
Yes Yes No
Los
Angeles
Lime
Green
White White Dark Saddle
bench
TH-400
auto
Yes Yes No
Los
Angeles
Nevada
Silver
Black none Sandalwood
buckets
TH-400
auto
Yes Yes Yes

The Placer Gold Los Angeles car is very heavily optioned, but would currently be considered a "basket case".
The Classic Copper car, below, is a former GM fleet show vehicle. It is one of 208 1971 Sprints originally sold in Canada.

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