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Getting side trim flat..

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jason Edge Jul 16, 2014. 5 Replies

Hey guys,  I have some warps and waves in my side trim.  Any suggestions on how to get it to adhere to the body better?  …Continue


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Do you own any 1963 & 1964 Cadillacs? If Yes, Year & Body Style
1963 De Ville

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Free 63 Heater Core anyone?

Posted on December 11, 2013 at 12:11pm 0 Comments

Hey guys, 

I have the old heater core I pulled out of my 63 available to anyone who wants it and will pay for the shipping.   It's I believe in fine shape, I just replaced it while I had the damn heater box out.  

Wip blade refills?

Posted on October 22, 2013 at 5:10pm 3 Comments

Anyone have a source for wiper blade refills for a 63?

AC Evap tube insulation goo?

Posted on October 19, 2013 at 5:04pm 2 Comments

Anyone have any tips on removing that black insulation goo they put on the tube feeding the evaporator?  Heat gun?  would that cause any trouble with the aluminum piping?  

Heater box removal success ,

Posted on October 15, 2013 at 9:53pm 0 Comments

Finally got the nerve to tackle the heater box. It was not too hard, but I tried to be patient and not break anything in the process. It's out now and tomorrow I'll replace the vacuum unit and try to get it back in

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At 9:16am on September 15, 2013, Ingo Degenhardt said…

Hi Bobby, I just saw your question about the tires: They are BF Goodrich and the flanks read: "Comp T/A", 225/70R15 100H M+S, they are tubeless radial tires. I bought them with the car and do not have any more details about them. cheers Ingo

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63 jetaway transmission

Started by Scott L Foltz in Restoration Discussion 20 minutes ago. 0 Replies

Hello and thank you for letting me join this group. While I was driving my 63 model 62 my trans cooler line blew off and needless to say I ran out of fluid. The next day I replaced the rubber hose…Continue

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1964 limo driveshaft

Started by Jim Staruk in General Discussion. Last reply by Jim Staruk 1 hour ago. 2 Replies

Hi, Can someone please tell me if the 1965 (1964) Series seventy-five limousine has a single or two-piece drive shaft?  Thank you.  JimContinue

Current 1963/64 Cadillac Listings on eBay

Started by Jason Edge in For Sale. Last reply by Jason Edge 3 hours ago. 0 Replies

To see all 1963/64 Cadillacs Listed on eBay in the USA…Continue

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429 Engine timing chain cover

Started by Alex in Wanted to Buy. Last reply by Russ Austin 4 hours ago. 1 Reply

Hi, anybody knows where to find a timing chain cover in good condition for a 64 Deville?ThanksAlexContinue

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Cadillac Returns to its Roots Under New Leadership

Posted by Jeff Kinzler on May 1, 2019 at 12:30am 3 Comments

Cadillac’s new boss says they should stop trying to build BMWs and go back to building Cadillacs again.

What do you think?

Radiator And Shrouds

Posted by Dominic Salemi on April 24, 2019 at 3:36pm 1 Comment


Anyone have a decent radiator and shrouds and hardware for a 1964 Cadillac deville. I have an alum. radiator and I'm deciding on to fix it or back to the original one. If I fix it I won't need parts.


64 Recirc/Fresh Air Door Actuator replaced; FROM THE INSIDE.

Posted by Norman Silverman on February 4, 2019 at 11:21pm 8 Comments

I am happy to report that I have successfully replaced the Fresh Air/Recirc door actuator that is located on the blower box-and have done so without having to remove the blower box. I did it by taking out the glove box and attacking it from the back.  It took several days, LOTS of patience and some band-aids, but it is done. THE most difficult part -BY FAR- is to remove and then replace the screw that sits on the actuator arm, connecting it to the fresh…




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