I have posted a few Misc items over on my Classic Cadillac Parts Facebook page at www.facebook.com/classiccadillacparts and will post a few here  on this thread from time to time.

For items you are interested in send email me to jasonedge@nc.rr.com   

To save us both time be sure and provided details including year, body style, color, location (left or right, front or rear, etc), and any other information I need to identify the part. 

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64 Cadillac Steering Wheel Horn Shroud Center Cap - $15 to $30 

I have 1964 steering wheel horn shroud center caps (medallions) in Good average condition for $15 or VG condition for $30.  If interested email me at jasonedge@nc.rr.com

Just pulled another very nice center cap.  Price is $30 + s/h. Email me at jasonedge@nc.rr.com.

Very Nice Tilt Steering Wheel Horn Control Shroud - $85 <---click for more pictures

I have a couple of very nice 1963/64 TILT CHROME STEERING WHELL HORN CONTROL SHROUDS and 1964 style center cap (medallion) for $85 + s/h. The chrome on the shroud is smooth with only a slight discoloring in one section that is very faint and very hard to see and over all VG+ condition. If you do not need the 1964 center cap I sell the SHROUD ONLY for $65.  I also have the 1963/64 NON-TILT CHROME HORN SHROUDS in similar condition for $65 with cap or $45 without. If interested email me at jasonedge@nc.rr.com

63 & 64 Cadillac Bench Seat Rail Trim - $25 Each  <---- Click for more Pictures

Very hard to come by intact, I have an assortment of good pieces including the wider 1963 and narrower 1964 upper/outer and lower/inner plastic seat rail trim. Price is $25 each piece + s/h. Email me at jasonedge@nc.rr.com with ship to address.

1963 (foreground) AND 1964 (background) CADILLAC BENCH SEAT RAIL TRIM:

Getting very low on these lower seat rail inner and out trim sets. I  think I have one complete 64 set and a partial 63 set on hand and that is it! If you need a set or need to replace a broken one email me at jasonedge@nc.rr.com

Only one made up set of original battery cables now available:

Spring Ring Battery Terminal Cables with correct Radiator Support for 1963-1964 Cadillacs: - $150

I am currently out of the 1963 and 1964 Spring Ring Terminal Battery Cables but am adding names to my Wait List, so email me at jasonedge@nc.rr.com to get on the Wait List. These include a transplanted original negative radiator support ground strap found at bottom of negative cable for that authentic look and solid ground for all your electronics on the radiator support.

Click Here for more information on these cables.

Pristine 1963-64 60 Special Inner Side Roof Rail and Windshield Garnish Molding.  Complete 8 piece set for $75 + s/h. Fits 1963 & 1964 60 Special.  Front garnish molding also fits 1963-64 6229 and 6329 6 window sedans.
Taken from 64-6039 with 41K miles with Trim Code 63 Light Blue.  email me at jasonedge@nc.rr.com

I have an excellent LH 1963-64 Fleetwood 60 Special Fender Skirt with lower trim from 41K mile donor car for $125 + s/h. It also fits the 1963 Eldorado. Email me at jasonedge@nc.rr.com

Nice Rear Arm Rest Switch Panels for 60 Special - $60 for Set  <--- Click Here for more pictures

Nice set of rear arm rest switch panels from 41K mile 1964 Fleetwood 60 Special. Includes double switch, ash receptical lighter and ligher base. $35 per side or $60 for Set. Email me at jasonedge@nc.rr.com

New rear qtr panel side molding fasteners sets for the 62 Series and DeVille coupes and Sedans. For the rear studded fasteners I include a nylon lock nut and bonded (insulated) washer to keep moisture out of the trunk area.

10 pc Sedan set is $30 per side (or $55 for 20 pc set for both sides).
14 pc Coupe set is $40 per side (or $75 for 28 pc set for both sides).
I also sell these fasteners for $3 each.

NOTE: the press-in spring clips can also be used for the door side trim if the original push in trim fastener inserts have been removed, and the spring or studded fasteners can be used for the rear section of the front fender side trim on 62 Series and DeVilles.

email me at jasonedge@nc.rr.com.

The front fender side trim forward section has 5 large special T molding fasteners which I have used in VG condition (they are stainless and hold up well).  The rear section came from the factory with 4 studded clips with nuts on the back which meant you have to remove the hinge filler pan to access them.  Many people go back with the push in pressure type clip. I have either of these new.  The price for the complete 18 piece set, including 5 VG used T molding clips and 4 new push in or studed clips  would be $40 per side (9 fasteners) or $75 for the 18 fasteners needed for both fenders.

The doors have special fasteners with a phillips screw that screws from the inside of the door lip on the very ends of the trim. I do not have this fastener but can add anyone looking to my Wait List. The original inner side trim fasteners were a pressure clip that pressed onto an metal insert with a lip. These are often rusted away and do not know anyone making them, so I have used the Press-In type clips used on the rear qtr forward section.
Coupes have 4 of these and sell for $3 each so the price would be $12 for one door or $24 for the complete set of 8 for both doors.
Sedans have 3 of these (each door) and sell for $3 each so the price would be $9 for one door or $36 for the complete set of 12 for all 4 doors.

I just finished installing the side trim on the LH side of my 64 CDV and wanted to updated this post regarding the molding fasteners I have for sale. I have literally sold out of these side trim fasteners but am about to put in another big order. Note that I have included a new picture with a close up of the nylon lock nut and insulator washers that I use with the rear qtr studded fasteners.  I also updated the notes to indicated the push in spring and studded fasteners can be used on the front fender and door (inner section) to attach the molding.

I recently ordered more of the rear qtr trim fasteners. These can also be used for the door side trim, and fender side trim rear section. Email me at jasonedge@nc.rr.com if  you need to attach your side trim.

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