Hello everyone. It's been a while, I hope all is well.

The projects are ongoing with the Cadillac as you can imagine. I'm planning for the winter projects at the moment. I'm wanting to replace the coils and shock absorbers on all four corners. Does anyone here have a recommendation for certain coils and shocks I should go with? I know the factory coils are different based on the build. It's a 63 coupe DeVille with AC. I'm not looking for nos, just the best fit. Thanks.

P.S. Tony I apologize for making a post where your answer of "check your grounds" does not apply... You were right the last time...

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Here's a better pic of the car just because I like it.


Car looks great!

I got standard springs for my 64 Fleetwood from Springs and Things, USA made, good price and very happy with them, correct and level ride height. 

Don't know if you are planning to, but be prepared to replace control arm bushings and ball joints while your at it.


No problem
Having owned my 64 since new and being a super gear head i do get it right --MOST -of the time
If i get it wrong Jason or Clovis will see to it i am corrected
Mostly trying to give some direction and you the confidence to jump into the repair
Clovis has done the above for me regarding attacking my 64 comfort control

These guys and this site are a God Sent owning one of these cars

It takes a Village as they say to get some of these restorations right




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