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Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Jason Edge's discussion When Parting Out a Cadillac, Happiness Is.....
"Serious number of tools require for the task How much would you say the complete lower bumper would weigh ? Hard to believe the rusted out lower bucket damage knowing the tickness of the metal an chrome plated to boot Thats a lot of oxidation my…"
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Tony and Ginny 429 posted a blog post

The centrifical advance

Just sitting , thinking i should clean and grease the weights in the dist cap just under the rotorBest to keep them moving freely ,for smooth performanceOften done at fresh tune up timeMoisture in a dist cap ,will damage the terminals in the cap ,causing the engine to crank and not fire upMostly with the white metal cap terminals ,which i will no longer ever useThat is why i will only use the brass terminal caps ,which is what the car came with (all GM cars came with ) back in the day ( i just…See More
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Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Russ Austin's discussion Just have to laugh.
"Russ Just like to add--LOL ! LoL ! HA ! HA ! You got that right !"
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Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Russ Austin's discussion Just have to laugh.
"Do your research as Jason suggest ,then buy your parts from Jason and Russ Problem solved ,to get the right part - RIGHT HERE ! These guys got you covered ,with our parts ,for very good prices to boot Enjoy"
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Gene Fattore posted a discussion

64 Eldo A/C, bucket seat car $40.000 firm

Selling my 64 Eldo bucket seat,  A/C fully optioned CA - sourced car.  $40,000 firm or will be sold at Dragone's Boston Cup auction on Sept 24th with that reserve amount.  Originally a Aquamarine firemist car, this underwent an extensive cowl-forward body off restoration in the early 90's.  Engine, trans, suspension, brakes and accessories rebuilt at that time.  Very few miles since.  I have lost interest necessitating the sale.  This is a high quality, fully optioned Eldo. See More
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Jason Edge replied to Jason Edge's discussion When Parting Out a Cadillac, Happiness Is.....
"Another "Happy Moment" for me that might be not so thrilling for others is dismantling a really rusty front bumper end. Of the 3 uppers and 3 lowers from this latest parts car I managed to save the LH upper, center upper, and lower center,…"
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Jason Edge replied to Russ Austin's discussion Just have to laugh.
"The scary thing is many will post and swear that their 63 year specific part fits the 64, when it is often completely different. Beyond that you get the people that swear their 62 Series or de Ville or Fleetwood/Eldo body series…"
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Jason Edge left a comment for Steven Handy
"Welcome to the 63/64 Cadillac Website.  This site is hosted by the CLC (Cadillac LaSalle Club) 1963/64 Cadillac Chapter. Joining the website is free to everyone, however, you must be a CLC member to join the chapter.  - Click…"
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Steven Handy is now a member of 63/64 Cadillac Website
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David Thomas replied to Lee Martin's discussion 1963 AC/Heat Tube Photos???
"Hi Lee, I have a photo on my page that may have what you are looking for. There is a shot of my car that shows the vacuum lines out of the firewall. Let us know if it shows enough detail. "
Friday
Lee Martin replied to Lee Martin's discussion 1963 AC/Heat Tube Photos???
"I have the manual, it does not show clear, concise photos of the area I'm talking about.  All it has is electrical and symbolized schematics which are Greek to anyone who is not a mechanical engineer.  Thanks."
Friday
Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Lee Martin's discussion 1963 AC/Heat Tube Photos???
"The 63 service manual SB the best place to aquire the info you seek The service manual is very comprehensive for 63 ,and very good to have handy You can give it to anyone you choose to work on the , car as well ,to help them knowvwhat to do"
Friday
Jason Edge commented on Charles Harris's blog post 64 series62 Heater blower motor
"I've also got VG strong, tested blowing motors with cage for $30 + s/h. Shoot me an email with address if you want a nice good use complete assembly."
Friday
Russ Austin commented on Charles Harris's blog post 64 series62 Heater blower motor
"You can buy just the motor, and put a metal cage on yourself. It's just a nut, simple stuff. If you don't have a metal cage, send me an email.  I have several. russ85747@hotmail.com "
Friday
Charles Harris posted a blog post

64 series62 Heater blower motor

Does anyone know where i can find a new blower motor for my 64 series 62 w/ac, I found a couple on ebay but they all had the plastic blower cage, i prefer the metal one, also is the cadillac tim heater / ac control book still available. ThanksSee More
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Tony and Ginny 429 commented on Jason Edge's photo
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Voltage Regulator Ground

"I do not have this condenser on my regulator ,but i have no issues with radio interference ,so all is good Thanks"
Friday
Russ Austin commented on Mark Geertsma's photo
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"These are also the kind of pictures I would use in the 2017 calendar.  Take them and send them to me, if you want your car, or part of the car featured in the 2017 63*654 Cadillac calendar. russ85747@hotmail.com"
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When Parting Out a Cadillac, Happiness Is.....

Started by Jason Edge in General Discussion. Last reply by Tony and Ginny 429 3 hours ago. 16 Replies

I just started pulling apart my 45th parts car .... I like to call them donor cars .... and thought I might start a thread on things that make my day as I go along.  The one caveat is the fact I am…Continue

Just have to laugh.

Started by Russ Austin in General Discussion. Last reply by Tony and Ginny 429 5 hours ago. 3 Replies

I just have to laugh at what some folks put on ebay.   I search all the time, and see items like a ballast resistor 9 car doesn't have one), clutch seal (really, the car is an automatic), manual…Continue

64 Eldo A/C, bucket seat car $40.000 firm

Started by Gene Fattore in For Sale 7 hours ago. 0 Replies

Selling my 64 Eldo bucket seat,  A/C fully optioned CA - sourced car.  $40,000 firm or will be sold at Dragone's Boston Cup auction on Sept 24th with that reserve amount.  Originally a Aquamarine…Continue

Glove box lock assembly for sale

Started by Russ Austin in For Sale yesterday. 0 Replies

I have a glove box lock assembly, with no key for sale. It is 65.00  If you desire a key, add 10.00 to the cost.You get the housing, lock set and chrome bezel.email me at …Continue

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The centrifical advance

Posted by Tony and Ginny 429 on August 28, 2016 at 2:06pm 0 Comments

Just sitting , thinking i should clean and grease the weights in the dist cap just under the rotor

Best to keep them moving freely ,for smooth performance

Often done at fresh tune up time



Moisture in a dist cap ,will damage the terminals in the cap ,causing the engine to crank and not fire up

Mostly with the white metal cap terminals ,which i will no longer ever use

That is why i will only use the brass terminal caps ,which is what the car came with (all GM cars… Continue

64 series62 Heater blower motor

Posted by Charles Harris on August 25, 2016 at 10:23pm 2 Comments

Does anyone know where i can find a new blower motor for my 64 series 62 w/ac, I found a couple on ebay but they all had the plastic blower cage, i prefer the metal one, also is the cadillac tim heater / ac control book still available. Thanks

1964 idle?

Posted by Frankie Fadeless on August 19, 2016 at 9:53pm 5 Comments

it says 480 but when i put it at 480 on the tack it runs horrible,sounds good at six timing is at 8 any suggestions,when i put it in drive it starts to bog out

Generator light comes on at start up , of my 64

Posted by Tony and Ginny 429 on August 17, 2016 at 7:00pm 2 Comments

Gen light came on a short time after start up

The alternator was putting out 14 volts right after start up , ( been topping off the battery charge )then saw the gen light come on at the dash

When i checked the voltage again it had dropped below 14 volts ,which it SB

Oddly --slightly reving the engine ,shut the gen light off

This made me think ,check the ground connection ,which is the very first thing to do with ANYTHING electrical with these cars

I inspected the… Continue

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