Brian King
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Weatherstripping question

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ian Osborne Jul 11. 5 Replies

I have a 63 convertible. Where would be the best options for getting new weatherstripping for my car? Opgi sells a full convertible kit but its almost $600 dollars. I wont skimp if thats the best but…Continue

Gaskey under fin taillights?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ian Osborne May 22. 1 Reply

My 63 is now in primer ready for paint. Cleaning up some of the bright work. Is there a gasket set that goes under these " tail fin " brake lights?

1963 eyebrow trim WTB

Started May 14 0 Replies

Hello im in need of a drivers side eyebrow or boomerang trim piece for my 63. Please email me at kingsey09@gmail.com Continue

Trim removal before paint?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian King Oct 3, 2017. 9 Replies

Hello guys,Finally starting to sand down the old paint and prep for new. Has anyone just taped all the trim before painting? Or is it necessary to remove? Front and rear bumpers and grill will be…Continue

 

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Ian Osborne replied to Brian King's discussion Weatherstripping question
"Nevermind. I see the first reply included a warning about the eBay stuff."
Jul 11
Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Brian King's discussion Weatherstripping question
"I would like to know the company that makes the best rubber trim products that have held up for a good amount of time In use Enjoy"
Jul 11
Ian Osborne replied to Brian King's discussion Weatherstripping question
"They are also available on eBay for around a third of that price. I do not know anything about the quality but worth looking into."
Jul 11
Russ Austin replied to Brian King's discussion Weatherstripping question
"Rubbertherightway.com  or steelerubber.com   I would leave opgi as the last resort, due to their prices and sales practices."
Jul 10
Christopher Codd replied to Brian King's discussion Weatherstripping question
"OPGI outsources many of the things they sell and they're sold at a premium with pretty high shipping prices to boot. You'd be better off looking at Rubber the Right Way (https://www.rubbertherightway.com/), or Steele Rubber…"
Jul 10
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Weatherstripping question

I have a 63 convertible. Where would be the best options for getting new weatherstripping for my car? Opgi sells a full convertible kit but its almost $600 dollars. I wont skimp if thats the best but just looking for other options
Jul 10
Ian Osborne replied to Brian King's discussion Gaskey under fin taillights?
"I looked for some when I had my car repainted last year but came up empty. I made a set myself out of 1/16" rubber sheet material. I also filled in the cavities in the backs of the chrome housings with expanding foam to help the gaskets seat…"
May 22
Brian King posted a discussion

Gaskey under fin taillights?

My 63 is now in primer ready for paint. Cleaning up some of the bright work. Is there a gasket set that goes under these " tail fin " brake lights?
May 21
Brian King posted a discussion

1963 eyebrow trim WTB

Hello im in need of a drivers side eyebrow or boomerang trim piece for my 63. Please email me at kingsey09@gmail.com See More
May 14
Brian King liked Jason Edge's discussion Classic Cadillac Parts For Sale - Misc Items
Nov 23, 2017
Brian King replied to Brian King's discussion Trim removal before paint?
"Email sent. Ill be stopping at harbor freight omw home tomorrow. Any chance for a breif explaining of which one works best on the side trim?"
Oct 3, 2017
Russ Austin replied to Brian King's discussion Trim removal before paint?
"Brian, I have good 63 shop manuals for almost half the price on ebay. I don't know if you have a 63 or a 64. You can get a plastic trim removal kit at harbor freight.…"
Oct 3, 2017
Brian King replied to Brian King's discussion Trim removal before paint?
"Thanks for the reply Jason. The side trim is where im running into the fear of bending them by not removing them correct. What is your method for removing these? Any special tools? Im ebaying a shop manual now."
Oct 3, 2017
Jason Edge replied to Brian King's discussion Trim removal before paint?
"Trim attachment methods are included in a chart in the Body Chapter, Exterior Molding sections of the shop manual. There are dozens of pieces of trim on these cars, so for a particular trim piece you might have trouble with post that piece and…"
Oct 3, 2017
Kim K Kaiser replied to Brian King's discussion Trim removal before paint?
"i dnt know much about it, but just from looking at mine that has a paint over, which is nice, but the trim on the back of the trunk, the trim down the side and some other parts, i can see some potential rust bubbling,   i am assuming maybe some…"
Oct 3, 2017
Brian King replied to Brian King's discussion Trim removal before paint?
"Any tips for removing? Or a special tool that anyone has used in the past? I plan on working on the car a bit this week"
Oct 2, 2017

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Do you own any 1963 & 1964 Cadillacs? If Yes, Year & Body Style
1963 convertible
Cadillac LaSalle Club Member? If Yes, Membership #?
No
1963/64 Cadillac Chapter Member?
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At 2:55pm on June 5, 2017, Mark Borer said…
Brian
Text me about whatever you may need
If you are referring to the boomerangs.....
One is fine, the other may not be to your liking
I can take pics for you once you text me
630 707-1652
At 8:57am on May 28, 2017, Jason Edge said…

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- Click Here for more information on joining the 1963/64 Cadillac Chapter and the Cadillac LaSalle Club

Be sure and check out all the links and pages and make yourself at home.  The Help Page at www.help.6364cadillac.com will have links to many useful articles and information about our Cadillacs

 
 
 

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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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This week-end, on the road in a 64 Cadillac.

Started by Kevin Campbell in General Discussion. Last reply by Kevin Campbell 21 hours ago. 20 Replies

Now we live out in the sticks on our acreage, we have to find new places to see and do...Going to attend this tomorrow, and its only 30 minutes up the road, should be a good way to pass some…Continue

Hood hinge help!

Started by Chris miller in General Discussion. Last reply by Chris McBride yesterday. 8 Replies

im trying to align my hood with fenders and everything else. I can get the fenders to line up nicely but the rear corners of the hood pop up. If I push them down it’s fine. What is the stinkin trick…Continue

dual 4 barrel carb

Started by Kim K Kaiser in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Jason Edge yesterday. 6 Replies

I was watching one of the car rebuild shows the other day and they kept talking bout putting 2 carburetors in the thing,,,and were would you put another carburetor...,,what would be the purpose,,…Continue

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Original 64 Color sanded and buffed out

Posted by Norman Silverman on November 10, 2018 at 9:05pm 4 Comments

I finally got the car back from the body shop, where they color sanded and polished it out. I am literally blown away by the result! Now, it looks great from 2 feet but if you look REALLY CLOSE you can see that the paint is not as glossy as it should be, but Sothe end result is much better than what I started with. The interior is still original.

Norm

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1906 Cadillac Factory Catalog + Cadillac Engineering Explained-in their own words!

Posted by Jeff Kinzler on November 1, 2018 at 12:30am 4 Comments

Fascinating reading.

Cadillac Catalog from 1906 describing single and four cylinder models in detail as well as Cadillac's history and manufacturing methodology in their own words. 

(I came across this in this GM Archives library pdf while researching a 1906 Cadillac for sale in NJ.)…

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Transmission mounts

Posted by steve white on October 31, 2018 at 6:06pm 3 Comments

Hi all im trying to find out about the transmission side rubber mounts on a turbo hydramatic in a 1964 cadillac coupe deville what are they called and where could i get some i am based in australia

Dustless blaster

Posted by Kurt on October 30, 2018 at 12:23am 1 Comment

Here's something cool I stumbled across on Youtube. Pretty cool. It's like a power washer with sand.

https://youtu.be/YQ7CFGIP4uk

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