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“A CADDILLACING GOOD TIME”

“A CADDILLACING GOOD TIME”….. PART 1. Me, the wife, a 64 Fleetwood and summer week-end in Australia. Saturday morning, its early, about 6:30am as I flick the ignition switch to on.Lights flash up, one more turn and on the second revolution, 429 cubic inches of Cadillac goodness fires into life.No rumble, no crackle, just a steady and healthy idle, as all eight cylinders expel their spent gases out of the factory single exhaust. I select reverse and feel the auto immediately drop into gear.…See More
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Manuel Cerda commented on Robert Alan Shannon's blog post Steering wheel
"Correction. He stated that it doesn't look like either."
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Manuel Cerda commented on Robert Alan Shannon's blog post Steering wheel
"I once tried to install (force) an tilt steering wheel into an non-tilt colum. Pretty much ruined the groves of the steering wheel . It was a beautiful excellent condition steering wheel that I painted two shades of purple to match my interior. I…"
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Robert Alan Shannon replied to Wayne Morris's discussion Hood hindges
" Oh yeah ,had  the  hood latch and peg done too  so it all matched. I was pleased with the results."
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Robert Alan Shannon replied to Wayne Morris's discussion Hood hindges
"  I had mine replated  years ago; Kind of a gold color , don't remember what it's called so I don't want to tell you wrong, but it was quite affordable. You'll want to replace the rivets if there's much slop,…"
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Hood hindges

What to do with oxidized hindges? Paint, just clean up with steel wool or can they be replated with out pulling apart the rivits?See More
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Christopher Codd replied to Christopher Codd's discussion Power Steering Pump Recommendations
"I was looking through some previous posts and saw how mangled they can get. I don't particularly want to get stuck in a situation where the pulley gets bent and I can't drive the car back in the garage. Can you shoot me a price on a good…"
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Ian Osborne replied to Ian Osborne's discussion Anodizing
"Will do. I will post before and after photos."
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Jason Edge replied to Jason Edge's discussion Current 1963/64 Cadillac Listings on eBay
"The following new1963/64 Cadillac eBay Listing(s) have been added for Jan 20, 2017 New listing 1964 Cadillac Fleetwood Chrome $25,000.00 0 bids Jan-19 21:04 Seller: davi-coff Year: 1964 Mileage: 202,196 New listing 1964 Cadillac…"
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Jason Edge replied to Jason Edge's discussion Current 1963/64 Cadillac Listings on eBay
"The following new1963/64 Cadillac eBay Listing(s) have been added for Jan 20, 2017 New listing 1964 Cadillac Fleetwood Chrome $25,000.00 0 bids Jan-19 21:04 Seller: davi-coff Year: 1964 Mileage: 202,196 New listing 1964 Cadillac…"
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Jason Edge left a comment for Stephen Gates
"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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Jason Edge replied to Clifton Nelson's discussion left turn signal comes on with the ignition switch
"Tilt columns were introduced in 1963, and even then it was not in the 1963 Shop Manual but instead in a shop manual addendum that was sent out later. We have a PDF copy here on the website under our Literature drop down tab up in the header.…"
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Clifton Nelson replied to Clifton Nelson's discussion left turn signal comes on with the ignition switch
"it has tilt steering wheel...the switch is not in the column then?..do you think the switch would be the problem.?..I have a 62 Caddy shop manual,but not a 63 manual"
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Ricky Tee replied to Ricky Tee's discussion Carb vacuum T-piece fitting
"Yeah my plan was to use thread tape on the stripped out fitting in the short term and tape it up tight. It's only temporary until I get a new fitting. "
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Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Ricky Tee's discussion Carb vacuum T-piece fitting
"Only use the slow dry JB weld ( 6 hr dry )"
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Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Ricky Tee's discussion Carb vacuum T-piece fitting
"You may be able to use the white plumers tape or you can JB weld the parts together depending on how badly the stripped threads are Enjoy"
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“A CADDILLACING GOOD TIME”

Started by Kevin Campbell in General Discussion 1 hour ago. 0 Replies

“A CADDILLACING GOOD TIME”….. PART 1. Me, the wife, a 64 Fleetwood and summer week-end in Australia. Saturday morning, its early, about 6:30am as I flick the ignition switch to on.Lights flash up,…Continue

Hood hindges

Started by Wayne Morris in Restoration & Authenticity. Last reply by Robert Alan Shannon 12 hours ago. 2 Replies

What to do with oxidized hindges? Paint, just clean up with steel wool or can they be replated with out pulling apart the rivits?Continue

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Power Steering Pump Recommendations

Started by Christopher Codd in General Discussion. Last reply by Christopher Codd 16 hours ago. 4 Replies

My power steering has been squeaking and leaking, so it is probably time for a new pump. I've noticed that there are many different distributors, but can anybody recommend a particular seller from…Continue

Anodizing

Started by Ian Osborne in Restoration & Authenticity. Last reply by Ian Osborne 17 hours ago. 3 Replies

Has anyone here tried re-anodizing any of the aluminum exterior trim pieces on these cars? I'm thinking of trying to do the large extruded trim pieces on either side of the rear license plate. Mine…Continue

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Vanity mirror

Posted by Colin on January 19, 2017 at 5:10am 2 Comments

Can anyone give me a heads up on how to get the vanity mirror of the passenger sunvisor without breaking it ??? I want to recover the visors to match the new interior.

Steering wheel

Posted by Robert Alan Shannon on January 17, 2017 at 8:56pm 5 Comments

 Just noticed what looks like a very nice steering wheel on EBAY: two tone green. I have absolutely no  connection or interest in it. If somebody needs it, the price is a fraction of repair cost. Just putting this out there.

Upper Grill Extension pieces.

Posted by Russell DeBarros on January 16, 2017 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Hi all,

It looks to me like one of the upper grill extension pieces on my 63 was replaced along the way. Notice how the one on the left has a curved edge, and the one on the right is straight. Can someone take a look at theirs and tell me what it is supposed to be? Is this a difference between a 63…

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How is the Chrome strip on the front of the hood attached?

Posted by Russell DeBarros on January 7, 2017 at 5:53pm 3 Comments

Can someone tell me how the chrome strip that is on the underside of the front of the hood is attached? This is a V shaped strip that attaches to the 2+ inch extension on the underside of the hood. Is it nut and bolt, Screw and retaining clip, bolt and captive nut? Something else? I am guessing that it will be the same for all 63's and 64's , but if it matters I have a 63 sedan.

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