"That 56 is real fine especially in 2019 Some very serious Metal Art work Just look at the TITS ON that BABY !
These cars were considerably fast and powerful for there time slot even with the the weight they carried as with many Cadillacs of there…"
"That 56 is stunning ( color combo ) and the same color combo as my 62 convert my first Cadillac with AC ( optional then ) which Is on the top of my list for color combos
My dad owned a 55 convert powder blue with a white top that i drove many…"
"The 62s hub cap inserts are not painted the color of the car ( on this car ) as i remember them being in 62 on Caillacs of that year That may have been on the higher end models in 62 My black 62 convert had black inserts on it hubcaps
""Very Great looking 62 CDV". Not a Coupe de Ville. This is a 1962 Series 62 Coupe (body style 6257, body style code G). Just to add my point is the very fact that Series 62 Coupes, especially in this condition, are much more…"
"Very Great looking 62 CDV -- Just Love it ! Love the size of the fins on this year When ever i see a 62 which is my favorite body style i always think about my 62 convert with AC (optional then and not many in the NY area ) that extended my Love of…"
Hello All,Jumped into the mobile after a long winters nap and she shakes!! at or above speeds of about foury mph she shakes like the wheels are out of balance, so I had them rebalanced, still the…Continue
Hello , I am re- installing the rear seats in our 64 Convertible and looking for verification of how high/low to install the seat back. Can anyone show a photo of their rear (upright portion) seat…Continue
Hi Guys,The never ending saga continues.I'm thinking that rebuilding the rotary valve has the pneumatic system working now. I have a vacuum pump and a new filter dryer. I also borrowed a set of R12…Continue
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…