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Damon Rydell commented on Damon Rydell's blog post 1964 Sedan Diville for sale $1500
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1964 Sedan Diville for sale $1500

I hate to let her go but I just don't have the time to take her on.  A very complete car.  I got her home, pulled the engine and tranny with the intent of getting her restored, and....well you know the rest.Lots of OEM parts.530-223-4723 See More
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pertronix project

Dave, i was told by a man in TENN. that has a distributor shop that you should widen spark plug gap and use 8mm. wires with that system .have not changed my car yet. have done 2 IH. trucks in the past with good results they were not flame thrower III his name is Bob Soucy he also sells the systems and has a shop &tech info # 239-6713971 good luck keep us up dated!See More
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Jason Edge replied to Jason Edge's discussion Current 1963/64 Cadillac Listings on eBay
"1963/64 Cadillac listings on eBay have been updated for May 23, 2015. The following THREE entries have been added: New listing Cadillac : Other Base $3,050.00 7 bids May-25 19:50 Seller: fettuccine2(28) 0% Year: 1963 Mileage:…"
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Jason Edge commented on Dave Fundaburg's blog post pertronix ignition
"As posted on my Carb Intake Project thread (starting on page 2 and 3):  Vacuum advance should be hooked up to Left - Driver side - Full Vacuum Port. Right - passenger side would be for later emissions controlled vehicles "
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Dave Fundaburg posted a blog post

pertronix ignition

Was wondering if anybody has had this problem. First I did the edelbrock carb project and it turned out great the car ran really good. The next project was to install the pertronix III electronic ignition used all the suggested parts the flamethrower III coil and I ran a 12 volt wire from the fuse box to the coil eliminating the resistor wire readjusted the carb and gave the motor about 7 degrees of timing. I have the vacuum advance hooked up to ported vacuum and the vacuum can on the…See More
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Joe DiIaconi commented on Joe DiIaconi's blog post Happy Memorial Day
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Jason Edge commented on Joe DiIaconi's blog post Happy Memorial Day
"Same to you too, Joe. That is a great picture. My gold Caddy has been in the shop since last week for more body work so can't post a flag & Caddy picture. Instead I've been outside sweating it doing yard work since early this morning."
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Jason Edge commented on russ austin's blog post Troubleshooting the gas tank gauge.
"Russ, that is a 15 ohm resister actually read 14.75 ohm with my meter so it was slightly less than 15 ohm. Two in series readying 29.98 ohms on the gauge read dead on full, so this is not bad gauge. LOL The 2nd set of pictures you…"
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russ austin commented on russ austin's blog post Troubleshooting the gas tank gauge.
"Mark, the voltage reading after the resistors is 3.36 VDC"
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Mark S Anderson commented on russ austin's blog post Troubleshooting the gas tank gauge.
"now with the car running and the resistor in place, what does a voltmeter read on the "upstream" side of the resistor?  this is essential information, since we could replicate your test. if the alternator voltage is normal and voltage…"
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russ austin commented on russ austin's blog post Troubleshooting the gas tank gauge.
"Jason, you probably have a good gauge that you tested. It just reads low doe to low amperage."
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russ austin commented on russ austin's blog post Troubleshooting the gas tank gauge.
"Mark, your absolutely correct.  I changed the gauge, and noticed that the gauge wasn't reading exactly where it should.  I started the car, and the gauge reads perfectly with the test harness in place. What was I doing…"
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Mark S Anderson commented on russ austin's blog post Troubleshooting the gas tank gauge.
"Russ, I love the approach you're taking.   But there needs to be a voltmeter in the process.  if your battery is discharged, that could make a big difference on the gauge reading.  and you'll use it for voltage drop tests…"
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russ austin commented on russ austin's blog post Troubleshooting the gas tank gauge.
"Made a on car test harness. Interesting enough, my car failed the test with the 30 ohm resistors. The gauge should read full, and the gauge read between 3/4 to full. So I have a problem too. I'll be taking the dash pad off too…"
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1964 Sedan Diville for sale $1500

Posted by Damon Rydell on May 26, 2015 at 9:49am 1 Comment

I hate to let her go but I just don't have the time to take her on.  A very complete car.  I got her home, pulled the engine and tranny with the intent of getting her restored, and....well you know the rest.

Lots of OEM parts.

530-223-4723 

pertronix project

Posted by mark mccullough on May 26, 2015 at 7:33am 0 Comments

Dave, i was told by a man in TENN. that has a distributor shop that you should widen spark plug gap and use 8mm. wires with that system .have not changed my car yet. have done 2 IH. trucks in the past with good results they were not flame thrower III his name is Bob Soucy he also sells the systems and has a shop &tech info #
 239-6713971 good luck keep us up dated!

pertronix ignition

Posted by Dave Fundaburg on May 25, 2015 at 11:40pm 1 Comment

Was wondering if anybody has had this problem. First I did the edelbrock carb project and it turned out great the car ran really good. The next project was to install the pertronix III electronic ignition used all the suggested parts the flamethrower III coil and I ran a 12 volt wire from the fuse box to the coil eliminating the resistor wire readjusted the carb and gave the motor about 7 degrees of timing. I have the vacuum advance hooked up to ported vacuum and the vacuum can on the…

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Cornering Lamp : Part II

Posted by Ray Schick on May 25, 2015 at 1:11pm 0 Comments

Ok, took the cornering lamp assembly out of the car ,cleaned all the contacts ,stretched the spring on the bulb contact a little ,  and put a new bulb in. put it all back togather and still no light , put a test light to the bulb socket it shows i have power but still it won"t  light up the bulb , now i took a jumper wire from the ground on the battery and put it to the body of the socket ( direct ground ) and it lights up? is there a ground that iam missing? The drivers side cornering lamp…

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1964 Fleetwood for sale $7000

Started by Frank Puma in Classifieds: For Sale yesterday. 0 Replies

 Selling my 1964 Fleetwood. Car has 111K on it. I have had it three years. I don't think the engine has been opened up. It does have lifter noise when it sits for a few days, but quiets down when it…Continue

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Started by Dylan in General Discussion. Last reply by Dylan yesterday. 2 Replies

Hi yall,My first car is a 63 Sedan deville, and I love her so. But, alas it is unrequited( shes got a tatse for blood), she has the requisite rust in the typical 63 cadi places (Bumper bullets, and…Continue

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