At Caddy Shack, I have good used parts, stored in buildings and sheds.  I source my parts from cars here in Arizona, so I offer sheet metal and parts in generally rust damage free conditions.  The Arizona heat does tend to ruin all the fabric inside the car.

I have 3 large buildings that I keep my parts in, and 2 are on site.  The overflow of parts are kept in storage sheds along the house.

I ship anywhere, and will pack anything you want to have shipped out. I prefer to deal with for all the freight shipments. Any freight items would require that the buyer sets up shipping.

If you need a part, shoot me an email at;  

I have new parts, and parts that no one else has.

The 1963 LED tail lights assembly is all mine, no one else carries it

The odometer trip knob reset button. I carry it cheaper than anyone else.

Air cleaner adaptor ring for the Edelbrock carburetor.

NEW Bowden cable bell crank for the tilt turn signal switch.

NEW 64 seat belt retractor spring. I had these manufactured just for the 64.

Heat riser blanks

Refurbished clocks for sale.

Headlight relay wire harness.

Other parts too, just look at my web site  

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Cleaned and working radios for sale.   I have AM radios for the 63 and 64.  Thee have new tuner belts installed, and work just fine. The wonderbar feature does not work.

Radio's are 75.00 and you can email me at 

I have new 64 tail light lens's, straight from the manufacturer.  These are a lot cheaper in price than OPGI.

OPGI 99.99 for 1 or 2 for 184.89

CADDY SHACK  60.00 for 1 or 2 for 110.00

Do you have the horizontal red lens that goes in the middle of this?  I lost it on one side of my car and cant find that piece anywhere. 

Charles, I have 64 pieces, to include the red reflector lens that you are after.

Send me an email to; 

NEW 63 Cadillac glove box scripts.

OPGI price 99.99

CADDY SHACK 50.00  and I include the retainers.

You may ask, how is he selling those new parts so cheap? It because I'm not trying to pay my bill with the sales. All I want to do is put gas in my own 63 Cadillac.

Cleaned and tested gas tank sending unit, with a new pick up screen.  This is for the cars with factory AC, but can be made to work on non AC cars.  All you do is cap the return line on the sending unit.

45.00 plus shipping.

email me at 

Here at Caddy Shack, I am always busy looking for parts.  On line or in parts catalogs for other GM cars, sometimes I get lucky and find a part that fits. After all, GM made the Cadillac, or Cadillac made the car with a lot of GM parts.

Some good news; I am having produced, the battery cable clip, in the original style.  I am just working the price vs quantity quote right now.

I am also working on a repair piece for the non tilt turn signal switch. That has also been through the design phase, and working on the price vs. quantity quote.

Here is a picture of an original battery cable clip that goes on the radiator core support. This holds the positive battery cable in place.   I searched high and low for this.

Lucky to find it! Nice work Russ!

The production of the battery cable clip is coming around. I can have these made up for 40.00 each, your cost.

Now I need to gauge the level of interest to see if I sit on a box full of these, or if folks are interested in buying these new pieces.

Please let me know if you would like one.

If anyone is interested in these, I need to know. Otherwise I wont have them made up just to side on the shelf.

I have to have a lot made up, in order to keep the costs down. Unfortunately these are not going to be cheap at 40 bucks each.

I am now rebuilding the original front door jamb switches. So if you need a 1, 2 or 3 pin door jamb switch, just let me know.


Do you have a front body wiring harness circuit diagram for a 6267 (64 convertible) .

Our pass side door jamb switch appears to be broken and want to get it to operate as it should feed the front door courtesy light and I guess the rear courtesy light. Will take it out tomorrow and check the wiring in the passenger door jamb area to.


Tom Servas



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