"Hi guys. Here are 2 more pics - spark plugs and rocker arm shaft. I think, 2 of the 8 plugs are not so good. Just look at it. And to me it looks, that the rocker arm shaft was not correct installed. The oil grooves were on the top of the shaft. They…"
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"John, Vacuum door lock switches are at the very front of the arm rest switch panels in 1963, however, they were moved to the door panel in 1964. On the LH side in 1964 you will instead find the Lock Out switch a the very front of the switch panel,…"
"No need to disassemble the lifters
Just be sure they are clean and oiled when installed
Work clean and put parts back where they came from as the parts metals have seated together( like the cam and lifter to each other)
Your valve train parts are…"
I own several old cars that I call bottomless money-pits. I am currently working on a 1963 Oldsmobile Starfire Convertible. I have found that some GM’s parts are interchangeable between Cadillac, Buick, Oldsmobile, Pontiac and Chevrolet. I am currently trying to add 1963 GM “Vacuum Power Door Locks” to this Oldsmobile. Power Vacuum Door Locks were not an Oldsmobile Option so I am gathering parts and information from 1963 Cadillac(s). The hardest to find is the Vacuum Line diagram for the…See More
"Lower 3 sections can be swapped out as an assembly from 63 to 64 or vice versa as Tony indicated. I've found the demand for both 63 & 64 front lower ends about the same ---> HIGH! and the supply of both 63 and 64 front lower ends…"
"OK thanks, I'll be careful. You mentioned "You can just clean the lifters". Clean it only outside, or take it apart and clean even the components inside? Rocker arm tips have also no visible wear.
I'll pull the plugs on weekend.…"
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Hello everybody, now I am starting my first discussion. So, I had to remove the hose from the pcv-valve. I could only remove the ventilator valve connector by removing the intake manifold, because…Continue
I own several old cars that I call bottomless money-pits. I am currently working on a 1963 Oldsmobile Starfire Convertible. I have found that some GM’s parts are interchangeable between Cadillac,…Continue
Well, I have some bad news. After investing $24,500 in my car, and spending all summer fixing everything I was able to fix myself, the car is gone -- totaled in an accident this evening.
Luckily, nobody was hurt. While making my customary leisure drive through Hines Park, two teenaged girls in an SUV pulled out in front of me to make a left hand turn after I had already reached the intersection. There was nothing to do. I thought I was going through the windshield.
My 1963 series 62 convertible is missing the drain tubes for the convertible top in the trunk. These tubes run from the trunk (under the rear of the top) to the interior and drain into the quarter panel next to the rear seat behind the trim panel. Mine is missing these tubes. Is anyone making them, or should I be looking for a used pair?