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Still looking for a 63 hood extension. There was a gentleman that had one on the site but he was all the way in canada the shipping was to expensive. So if anyone has one laying around please call me or shoot me a email 786-314-1360 james
"I had to go to the junk yard and replace all of my sockets, now they work, pulled them out of a buick that had 2 wires, they twisted right in, the only thing thats dim is the clock, never could see it at night and it rarely works anyway."
"Hi, Jason. Thanks, that is very interesting! The overflow tank looks as old as the windshield reservoir so that fooled me. It was originally a southern California car, so maybe they were having issues with extreme hot weather.…"
"1963/64 Cadillac listings on eBay have been updated for May 25, 2016. The following TWO entries have been added
New listing Cadillac: DeVille Base Hardtop 2-Door
"Hi Lee, From the factory neither the 63 or 64 Cadillac had an overflow tank, so what you have is an "add-on". I get the diameter of the nipples and match up at local auto parts stores. Just fyi, from the factory they simply had…"
Hi, everyone and thanks for your help on my previous posts. I have another question...last night I noticed I lost a rubber hose from my '63 coolant reservoir tank. This is the white plastic one mounted on the passenger side in the engine compartment. I had taken it out a few weeks ago to clean it, then reconnected it—apparently not tightly enough. One hose is still there: the one leading from the radiator cap's neck and going into the bottom of the plastic reservoir tank. The other hose,…See More
I need a center link and control arm bushings. I'm looking for the best place to buy steering and suspension parts Not the cheapest but the best quality. I hate doing bushings only to have them crack 2 years later. See More
"Very Glad Jason and you are working out the photo transfer issue
All due respect always ,but if you ask one question at a time regarding a car subject ,the information remains condensed for that subject ,and all posts are stored for future reference…"
"I'm not scared at all. Yeah, it is easy to check how smth is mounted.. if you have it. Thing is that on my car many parts are missing or they are damaged (like boot hinges) or simply repaired with DIY methods which are not so brilliant ideas. I…"
"Answers to most of your questions can be found in the shop manual, however, much of installing the seals is simple common sense. I cannot think of many weather strips, etc, that I could not figure out by looking at how it was attached, and…"
"You probably right. Well, can't compete with your experience, that's for sure. It's my first yank, so everything, especially names are new to me. But will get there.
Found what I was looking for, just was confused as few parts…"
"Most of the seals are referenced in one form or another in the shop manual, however, I point people to the Steele Rubber as it has created a list with part names and illustrations of the most common rubber items. For example the Roof Rail…"
Still looking for a 63 hood extension. There was a gentleman that had one on the site but he was all the way in canada the shipping was to expensive. So if anyone has one laying around please call me…Continue
Hi, everyone and thanks for your help on my previous posts. I have another question...last night I noticed I lost a rubber hose from my '63 coolant reservoir tank. This is the white plastic one…Continue
I need a center link and control arm bushings. I'm looking for the best place to buy steering and suspension parts Not the cheapest but the best quality. I hate doing bushings only to have them crack…Continue
I can't seem to find passing gear. I put on a new Edelbrock carb and had to make an adapter for the TV rod. I adjusted the throttle rod and have full movement into the secondaries, but no passing gear. Anyone have any suggestions??
Last weekend, I was trying (vainly) to remove the blower motor cover in the engine compartment when I noticed something strange: A black rubber hose, originating from a vacuum actuator on the passenger side of my Carter carb, that went nowhere. The previous owner had carefully tucked the free end underneath another vacuum actuator attached to the blower motor cover. There was a plastic nipple stuck in the free end of the hose, meaning the other end led to another hose. I looked…
When I discovered that I was missing the starter bracket on my car and one would not be available for some time I decided to make my own. I am just a shade tree mechanic but thought I could fabricate one to do the job. I found I had some 3/16 inch plate that had been bent to a right angle and it worked out perfect.. I will include some pictures which may give someone else an idea to make their own. I was concerned that the adapter might crack without it.