1967 Chevelle Vehicle Identification Number Plate

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1967 VIN Breakdown (U.S.)

Do not confuse the Vehicle Identification Number plate information with that found on the Fisher Body Number plate (trim tag). The series depiction on the VIN  plate does NOT have the meaning as the Fisher Body Number plate.

The Vehicle Identification Number plate (VIN) has similar information to the trim tag such as the model, year, and assembly plant. One difference is the last six numbers relating to the assembly plant sequence as opposed to the trim tag's Fisher Body sequence and the series will designate a 6-cyl (odd 3rd digit) or V8 (even 3rd digit) on the VIN plate where the 3rd digit on the trim tag does not.

A typical 1967 Chevelle VIN might read: 138177B101265 being an SS396 2-door sport coupe assembled in Baltimore, MD. DD was initially to be used by dealers for "Delivery Date" but few were stamped. Why more were not stamped is simply speculation. Maybe dealers simply opted to not stamp it since the dealer paperwork would show delivery date or maybe they found their new car prep personnel were stamping them too hard and damaging them. Whatever the reason, few were stamped as should not be a concern. The VIN plate was riveted to the A-pillar on the driver side with unique 'rosette' rivets.

See VIN plate examples here

First Character: Division of General Motors
1 ~ Chevrolet

Second and Third Character: Series Designation *
31 ~ Chevelle 300, 6-cylinder
32 ~ Chevelle 300, 8-cylinder
33 ~ 300 Deluxe, 6-cylinder
34 ~ 300 Deluxe, 8-cylinder
35 ~ Malibu, 6-cylinder
36 ~ Malibu, 8-cylinder
37 ~ Concours station wagon, 6-cylinder
38 ~ SS396 and Concours station wagon, 8-cylinder

Fourth and Fifth Character: Body Style/Model
11 ~ 2-door sedan
17 ~ 2-door sport coupe
35 ~ 4-door station wagon, 2 seat
39 ~ 4-door sport sedan
67 ~ 2-door convertible
69 ~ 4-door sedan
80 ~ 2-door sedan pickup

Sixth Character: Year of Production
7 ~ 1967

Seventh Character:
Final Assembly Plant
A ~ Atlanta, Georgia
B ~ Baltimore, Maryland
G ~ Framingham, Massachusetts
Z ~ Fremont, California
K ~ Kansas City, Missouri
1 ~ Oshawa, Ontario, Canada

Eighth through Thirteenth Characters: Sequential Production Number
The sequential starting number for the 1967 Chevelle was 100001 at all U.S. Chevelle assembly plants. Each assembly plant sequenced Chevelles of all series/models without regard to specific series/models. For example, if a series 13435 station wagon followed a 13667 Malibu convertible, the sequence number would be one unit higher for the wagon. It's also entirely possible to have the same sequence number from all five 1967 U.S. assembly plants with the only difference between the VINs being the plant code.

Production at the Kansas City and Baltimore plants exceeded 100,000 units sometime in early June so the VIN sequence from that time frame to the end of production would be 2nnnnn for each plant.

* The El Camino is not a separate series nameplate but rather a body style in both the 300 Deluxe (33/34) and Malibu (35/36) series although it's often listed as such. The base (33/34) El Camino Deluxe is a 2-dr sedan pickup body style with 300 Deluxe trim where the (35/36) El Camino Custom is a 2-dr sedan pickup body style with Malibu trim. The SS396 series Chevelle sport coupe and convertible (13817 and 13867) were the only two models to come standard with the 396 V8 engine and only the 134/136 series El Caminos could optionally order a 396 V8 engine. The 396 V8 engine could NOT be ordered in any other series or body style other than the SS396 sport coupe or convertible or the 134/136 series El Camino.

1967 VIN Breakdown (Canada)

One source reports there were no Chevelle 300 Deluxe series (133/134) Chevelles for Canada in 1967, only the Chevelle 300 (131/132) and the Malibu (135/136) series while other sources indicate the 300 Deluxe series was made in Canada in 1967. A couple of series & body styles were offered in Canada that were not available in the U.S. There was a 131/13267 Chevelle 300 convertible and 131/13235 station wagon. The Malibu SS was discontinued early in 1967 with the availability of the SS396 series. See the Canadian-built Chevelles page for more information.

Excerpt from Canadian 1964-74 Chevelle & Monte Carlo Master Parts Catalogue.

VIN plate location


1967 Chevelle VIN plates used special rivets.

1967 VIN Assembly Plant Codes

Letter Code Assembly Plant Series *
A Atlanta, Georgia 1, 4
B Baltimore, Maryland 4 **
C Southgate, California 1
D Atlanta, Georgia (Doraville) 1
F Flint, Michigan 1
G Framingham, Massachusetts 4
J Janesville, Wisconsin 1
K Kansas City, Missouri 4 **
L Los Angeles, California (Van Nuys) 1, 5
N Norwood, Ohio 5
R Arlington, Texas 1
S St. Louis, Missouri 1, 2
T Tarrytown, New York 1
U Lordstown, Ohio 1
W Willow Run, Michigan 3
Y Wilmington, Delaware 1
Z Fremont, California 4 **
1 Oshawa, Canada 3, 4
1 St. Therese, Canada 1
* 1-Passenger; 2-Corvette; 3-Chevy II; 4-Chevelle; 5-Camaro
** Included El Camino

1967 Chevrolet VIN Sequence Numbers

Series Begin Sequence Plant
Passenger 100001 All
Corvette 100001 St. Louis
Chevy II 100001 All
Chevelle 100001 All
Camaro 100001 All

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