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I have access to some paperwork from Bob Coyle Chevrolet in San Jose California. I have recently met an old employee from this dealer that was Coyle Chevrolet, then became Coyle-Billings Chevrolet and ultimately Billings Chevrolet. Included is Chevelle, Malibu & El Camino paperwork varying from original widows stickers to copies of car shipper and invoices. Paperwork is predominantly 67-70 but the range is 1965 to 1973 . This is what I have so far

EL CAMINO

SERIAL NUMBER 1971
136801L137366

SERIAL NUMBER 1970
136800L163686

SERIAL NUMBER 1969
136809Z311335
136809Z311323
136809Z311353
136809Z321660

SERIAL NUMBER 1965
136805Z138989
136805Z105481
136805Z138989

MALIBU

SERIAL NUMBER 1969
136379Z309795
136379Z318263
136379Z303141
136379Z316390
136379Z323893

SERIAL NUMBER 1966
136176Z153653

SERIAL NUMBER 1965
136375Z148278
138375Z145783
138375Z112535


SPORT COUPE

SERIAL NUMBER 1968
138378Z147935


CAPRICE COUPE

SERIAL NUMBER 1969
166479C014998

CHEVELLE

SERIAL NUMBER 1968
138378Z107570
134378Z114247

SERIAL NUMBER 1967
138177Z104156
138177Z106123

SERIAL NUMBER 1966
138176Z106616
138176Z100997
 

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Are there any Kansas City built ones too? Thanks.
 

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Cool. I hope there's more 66 stuff. Mine's pretty close to one of those. I'd really like to find out more history on my car. Didn't get any original paperwork with it when I bought it in 1979. :( I guess it's impossible to find previous owners in Cali, unfortunately.
 
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