Dennis Mobley
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63 front end suspension

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dennis Mobley on Sunday. 4 Replies

I going to rebuild the front end on my series 62 1963 caddy. I have searched the web and found tons of parts. any suggestions on vendors? I would like to replace the coil springs. I have used Kanter…Continue

63 radiator replacement?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Russ Austin on Tuesday. 16 Replies

I want to get my 63 to cool down better. It is a non ac car w/o a fan housing. It has a flex fan on it but the gauge goes to the middle in just a few miles. It has not over heated. I had the old…Continue

1963 tranny

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dennis Mobley Jul 11. 3 Replies

I spent some time with Jason Last week talking about the different transmissionsin the old Caddy. He showed me a filter just like I had bought. He gave me and old gasket that matched my new one. I…Continue

 

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Russ Austin replied to Dennis Mobley's discussion 63 radiator replacement?
"These are correct NEW temp sending units. I run this on my own 63, and have recommended this for years now. https://www.lectriclimited.com/temperature-sending-unit-104325"
Tuesday
Jason Edge replied to Dennis Mobley's discussion 63 radiator replacement?
"Dennis. Simply crank the car, and let it warm up to operating temperature by driving it a mile or two, or just let it idle for 15 minutes, then while it is running, get the temp reading on engine block, preferably next to the temp sending unit. Top…"
Tuesday
Dennis Mobley replied to Dennis Mobley's discussion 63 radiator replacement?
"Jason  I drove her around about 30 miles in the middle of the day stopping several; places  and several red lights and stop signs I parked it for a few minutes read the digital IR heat gun on several spots in the engine bay. Everything on…"
Tuesday
Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Dennis Mobley's discussion 63 radiator replacement?
"The temp sending unit is next to the dist Enjoy"
Tuesday
Jason Edge replied to Dennis Mobley's discussion 63 radiator replacement?
"Are you sure it is overheating? The new replacement aftermarket temp sending units are known for being miscalculated and showing too hot ... but usually pegging out toward the end of the temp gauge scale.  Under normal driving conditions 1/4 to…"
Tuesday
Allen Holmes replied to Dennis Mobley's discussion 63 radiator replacement?
"Yep had my 63 do the same thing,I tried new radiator new thermostat new fan, ended up installing twin thermo fans with an adjustable temp control switch"
Tuesday
Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Dennis Mobley's discussion 63 radiator replacement?
"Before you do anything else you need to be sure your car has had a new good tune up on time Is your tune over due ? These cars get tuned every 6 thousand miles Retarded timing will cause the engine to --run Hot The timing retards normally --as…"
Monday
Dennis Mobley replied to Dennis Mobley's discussion 63 radiator replacement?
"Good to know Thanks  I am going to take it to a local rad shop and go from there."
Monday
Russ Austin replied to Dennis Mobley's discussion 63 radiator replacement?
"If you do get a new radiator, do not get an aluminum piece. Copper dissipates heat better than aluminum, and you can get factory size new original radiators."
Sunday
Dennis Mobley replied to Dennis Mobley's discussion 63 front end suspension
"Thanks several; years ago I rebuilt My 59 chevy elcamino front end springs all the way around with Kanters Deluxe kit. I was very pleased. The WWW has opened up so many new sources I was just asking around. I am leaning toward Kanter and I have book…"
Sunday
Anders replied to Dennis Mobley's discussion 63 front end suspension
"I bought a complete kit from Kanter. Including new springs and shocks. Satisfied with it except the length of the upper bolts on the shocks as they where a little bit to short, so had to modify the rubber. My car is now factory standard height. For…"
Sunday
Dennis Mobley replied to Dennis Mobley's discussion 63 front end suspension
"Thanks for the info"
Sunday
Frank Murch replied to Dennis Mobley's discussion 63 front end suspension
"I rebuilt mine and was not able to fine polyurethane, but wish I had.  It improved the car dramatically.  The old  replaceables were spot welded in and I missed this because of the dirt. These need to be cut.  I wish I had powder…"
Sunday
Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Dennis Mobley's discussion 63 radiator replacement?
"Based on your year Cadillac be sure the inlet and out let of the new rad are in the same location as yours now The 65 -67 are on a different locations due to a frame change Be sure the lines from the trans cooler at the base of the rad are the…"
Sunday
Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Dennis Mobley's discussion 63 radiator replacement?
"I know from experience that a radiator shop can tell if a rad is very clogged by its Weight when out of the car They get heavy when they have debrie in them Russ good point sbout a possible bad water pump if that job was done fairly recently Enjoy"
Sunday
Dennis Mobley replied to Dennis Mobley's discussion 63 radiator replacement?
"Thanks I will check into it. Any after market Radiators you would suggest? There a ton online at all different $. "
Sunday

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Do you own any 1963 & 1964 Cadillacs? If Yes, Year & Body Style
1963 series 62 2 door
Cadillac LaSalle Club Member? If Yes, Membership #?
no
1963/64 Cadillac Chapter Member?
no

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At 7:36pm on December 5, 2017, Jason Edge said…

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Alternator upgrade for bagged 1964 Deville

Started by Boardie101 in General Discussion. Last reply by Boardie101 9 hours ago. 7 Replies

Hey everyone, hope all is well and thanks in advance for the breadth of knowledge/info. this site provides...I recently installed an air bag suspension kit to my 1964 Deville and needless to say the…Continue

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Current 1963/64 Cadillac Listings on eBay

Started by Jason Edge in For Sale. Last reply by Jason Edge 17 hours ago. 1 Reply

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

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Wire OR Sabre wheels ...

Posted by Mack on July 19, 2018 at 11:15pm 0 Comments

Hi there

i was just wondering how many of you out there has wire or Sabre/turbine wheels on.

youre more than welcome to post some pictures becuase I am debating on getting wire wheels...or Sabre wheels :)

Trumpet horn

Posted by Robert Alan Shannon on July 19, 2018 at 11:21am 1 Comment

 Just noticed a nice looking trumpet horn on ebay ; price seems fair. I am not connected to this item in any way, just thought someone here might like it.

Need correct Muffler for 64 DeVille

Posted by Norman Silverman on June 18, 2018 at 7:57pm 13 Comments

Hello all.

I need to replace the muffler on my 64 and the local shop does not have the correct one.

After looking on the web site's help section, I still don't see a recommended part/manufacturer or suggestion. 

What is the best solution to purchase for a stock, single system with 2 1/2 inch pipes, center in, offset out? 

Thanks.

Norm

64 Power Seat Transmission cleaning-it did the trick

Posted by Norman Silverman on June 16, 2018 at 5:36pm 4 Comments

Hello All.

I thought I'd post a little encouragement for those that might have an inoperative 6 way power seat in their car. The fix is relatively easy, and VERY cheap.

I just purchased an original (not re-painted, nor reupholstered) 64 Sedan De Ville 4 window. When I purchased it the front seat was adjusted forward and tilted down in front; two of the worst positions for me, so I had no choice but to attempt to repair it. 

Pushing the switch in each direction brought…

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