Fender have published regular lists of replacement parts for their instruments, along with part numbers. The lists below are all from June 1969, and are simple lists of parts. Note the different parts list for the Antigua finish. This finish is actually described as Antique rather than Antigua.
A list of components issued to Fender dealers showing recommended replacement parts for the Fender Coronado I hollowbody electric guitar. Dated June 1969.
A list of parts sent to Fender guitar dealer in June 1969. It lists and describes recommended replacement components for the Fender Coronado II thinline (non-tremolo version).
The Coronado was typically shipped with a Fender trapeze-style tailpiece, though some instruments came with a tremolo. This component list from June 1969 describes the tremolo-fitted version.
The Antigua Coronado, like the Wildwood, was fitted with mostly the same parts as the Coronado II with tremolo, but with a differently finished (Antigua) body. From June 1969.
The Wildwood Coronado had the same basic components as the Coronado II with tremolo; the obvious difference being the stained 'wildwood' body. From June 1969.
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