This may be the best yellow-on-black California license number we've seen so far in this series. Memorable!
This car's block has seen plenty of DOTS cars, though most of them seem to depart after a few months; I suspect the owner has a business buying and selling classic cars. So far we've seen a '64 Studebaker Avanti, a '69 Buick Electra 225, a '65 Ford Ranchero, and a '74 Buick LeSabre.
The '69 Coupe De Ville convertible came with a steep $5,950 price tag when new. You got a lot of car for your money, not to mention a lot of cubic inches under the hood (472); a Mercedes-Benz shopper could only get a lowly 280S for that kind of cash back then, and a '69 Jaguar XJ sold for $6,270.